Lili(ana) & Maui-sa

Lili(ana) is an artist who defines herself as multifaceted in respect to her expression on contemporary issues. Sometimes her way to point out what she covets is through installation, sculpture, photography or video… For a contemporary artist, the means used to express ideas is not really important but the concept of her/his imagination itself. Lili(ana) is a mental artist, that means her thoughts about art are first build in their meaning; the concept prompts her images. First her thinking builds the image, then it presents itself. Perhaps this is what every artist do, the difference is that in some this usual “doing” is more noticeable than others.” *

Lili(ana) currently lives and works in Miami. She has exhibited in USA, France, Spain, China, Argentina, Dominican Republic and Venezuela. 

 *(excerpt from " Light Spectra" by Marcela Römer)

 Maui-sa Contemporary Dance Choreographer and Teacher. Studied Release Technique and Improvisation at Movement Research NY USA. Her artist activity goes between traditional, experimental and postmodern fusion. She had been involved in contemporary art process since 1991, as a multimedia choreographer, curator and producer of festival, event and exhibitions. She has presented her artworks in Venezuela, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Perú, Brasil, Costa Rica, Russia and United States.

AS BELOW… SO ABOVE by Hashtaggers Collective >> Maui_sa & Lili(ana)

Multimedia Installation 2017 music by UOM Auditory Art

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Sketch for AS BELOW… SO ABOVE

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