Liz: ‘The mural focuses on woman, Latin América and nature as core themes. For this reason, I decided to so a new reiteration of a creature I made in the past month. This deity-like being has the face of a flower (although many could argue that it represents the female reproductive organs). While I was painting, I realised that the deity was revelling itself to me as mother nature—the most iconic female figure in mythology. On a full moon night, mother nature comes out and fires life (represented by plants and flowers) on earth while everyone sleeps. She is keeping the heart of the world safe in a utopian alternative universe. The relation with Latin America is given by the use of colours, figures, representations of nature, mysticism and community.’
Tiz’ practice is influenced by play, spontaneity and gaming, as forms that are contingent on relations between people. She recently completed an MFA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths University (London) as well as a residency at the School of Visual Arts (New York), and she holds an undergraduate degree in Communications from Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico City). She has exhibited in London with SEAGER (Touch Base, 2020); Harddisk Museum (Nevermind Today, 2020); Division of Labour (Soft Display, 2020); Pitt Studio (Heavy Duty Paper, 2020); Chalton Gallery (The Omen, 2020); the Mill Co Project (Contingency Plant-t, 2018); Residency Gallery (The Correspondence, 2020) and Camden People’s Theatre (Robots, 2019) as well as internationally in Galerija Mocvara (Zagreb), The Museum of Non-Conformist Art (St. Petersburg), Museo Tamayo (Mexico City), Museo Nacional de Arte (Mexico City and Museo Regional de Cholula (Puebla)
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