‘My aim has always been to tell stories, little tales that could help us think about ourselves and the world surrounding us’
Fiberglass and polyester resin.
Polyurethane coating. Waste produced along the making process.
Iron, cold porcelain, polyurethane coating.
Scale car and Epoxy putty modelling.
Fiber united by pressure, iron structure.
polyurethane coating. Lightening system: fluorescent tubes.
Luciano Podcaminsky’s installations combine pop culture and conceptual art. Both visually and conceptually, they have much in common with filmmaking, a discipline that Luciano knows remarkably well.
The result of his delving into the field of installation is a series of artworks that reflect Luciano’s personal stamp: creative work with a strong aesthetic development, a synthetic narrative and a bit of humour and irony.
A series of works that trigger story-making processes in our minds. A multiplicity of tales are suggested by the artist through his work, but must be elaborated by the audience. In this sense, Luciano’s installations work as a departure point, but also as a guide through an introspection process, a journey inside ourselves and into our own personal experiences.