It is mind boggling to think how hard it is to react to toxic culture because you don’t have the tools to confront a campaign of disinformation, fake news and chaos, so in order to preserve democracy you have to create a new paradigm, something outside of the box that allow you to put the genie back in the bottle.
Toxic culture, 2017, Neon light and plexi, 36″ x 36″ x 4″
The artist Guillermo Bert in his studio at The Brewery 2017
You don’t have the right, 2017, Neon light and plexi, 24” x 48” x 4”
This piece relate the idea about the need to speak up, paraphrasing the Miranda Rights law, not as a legal necessity but as a moral imperative in this climate of political dysfunction.
Questioned the idea that Gentrification is a financial issue but the consequences are clearly racial in nature because wealth and race are very clearly aligned in America, particularly now that the wealth distribution currently is one of the most inequitable in the industrialize world.
Gentrification, 2017, Neon light and plexi, 36” x 36” x 4”
Margin of error
When you base your position in political calculations and demographics instead of thrue values and principals you get expose to to the margin of error, it is a sarcatic way to sauy that you are not betting to inspiring people but follow the pills and statistics and lett them define you.
Margin of error, 2017, Neon light and plexi, 24” H x 48” W x 4” D
Dark Matter, 2017, laser engraving on wood and 24 ct. gold leaf
Inquisition, 2017, laser engraving on wood and 24 ct. gold leaf
Cover Up, 2017, laser engraving on wood and 24 ct. gold leaf