Artist Joaquin Restrepo’s Art Selection V.I.T.R.I.O.L is Changing the Perspectives of Static Exhibitions

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Texas, United States Jul 12, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Visual artist and sculptor Joaquin Restrepo Trujillo opened V.I.T.R.I.O.L, an artistic selection that consists of 27 pieces of sculpture, drawings, large-format canvases, and a virtual projection that will give the viewer a retrospective, and currently, his pieces are on tour and exhibited at The Gallery at Vaudeville, in Texas, United States, from June 1 to August 31.

According to the artist, “VITRIOL is not a static exhibition, but it will change as time passes, that is, in the first month it will launch Amor Fati, in the second it will incorporate augmented reality elements that will work with the cell phones of those who visit the exhibition. Finally, in the third month, a new NFT collection will be launched.”

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The artist has also merged culture and technology which took shape in the exhibition “Amor Fati” launched in 2020 during the pandemic. He said, “Undoubtedly, the way of exhibiting art and commercialising it is changing significantly, with the support of different digital platforms, artists obtain a greater reach to the public, in addition to finding digital assets or NFTs (Non-Fungibles Tokens) an option to monetise our pieces. I see NFTs as an extension to the analogue world, the way for the digital world to really prosper since there is a type of certificate that can become the norm and collectors of video art, photography, performance, and others. They will have more peace of mind knowing that their investment will be protected by advanced encryption methods.”

Joaquin Restrepo Trujillo born in 1984 is a visual artist and sculptor whose work is influenced by the study of the human figure, industrial techniques, metallurgical-sculptural processes of the last century, and the widespread practices of drawing and virtuality. His work opens the discussion about the subject who thinks of his place and way of acting in the world. For more information, visit his website at joaquinrestrepo.com/.

VITRIOL exhibition at Vaudeville Photo by Stacy LorraineJoaqun Restrepo Photo by Gina MornVITRIOL exhibition at Vaudeville Photo by Stacy LorraineVITRIOL exhibition at Vaudeville Photo by Stacy Lorraine

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