Felipe Dulzaides

Departing from his bicultural account and exploring the possibilities of an experimental combination of video, performance, sculpture, photography, sound, drawing, public art and installation Dulzaides’ conceptually oriented works reflect upon a wide range of subjects matters such as: circularity, absurdity, chance, dislocation, relocation, crossovers and the signs of ideology on architecture and public space.
Since 1999 Dulzaides has had numerous solo shows and participated in several international group exhibitions and biennales events including the Kwangju biennale and the Havana biennial.
He received the Rome prize in 2010. San Francisco and Havana are two important points of references for his work.