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Verde, by Javiera Estrada

Verde, by Javiera Estrada

Javiera Estrada

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Mexican-born fine art photographer Javiera Estrada and British floral artist Lucie Doughty unite in collaboration to produce a series of explosive floral fine art photographs. La Laguna is inspired by Javiera's childhood in Acapulco during the end of it's hayday during the 1980's.

Javiera Estrada

Javiera Estrada, a multi-media artist born in Acapulco, Mexico in 1981, and later immigrating to the United States in 1989, showcases a diverse body of work spanning photography, mixed media, photograms, film, and textiles. Influenced by her childhood memories of Acapulco—a vibrant tropical paradise steeped in spiritual ritual and magical realism—Estrada's artistic endeavors delve into the intersection of reality and spirituality. Estrada’s mystical affinity for bridging the gap between the conscious landscape of reality and the subconscious world of the spiritual can be seen throughout her work. Philosophically, Estrada rejects Cartesian dualism and its compartmentalization of the whole, embracing a worldview of interconnectivity and unity consciousness. Artistically, she seeks to unify the mundane and the sacred. Javiera examines the theme of interconnected consciousness in a multitude of ways. From incorporating female bodies as sculptural forms in organic communion with nature, to creating galactic primordial environments with inks—fluid and formless, structures representing the “prima materia,” original essence of existence. The juxtaposition of shadow and light play a recurring role in Estrada’s explorations as well, representing the internal struggle between the spiritual and the physical.  Javiera examines the theme of interconnected consciousness in a multitude of ways. From incorporating female bodies as sculptural forms in organic communion with nature, to creating galactic primordial environments with inks—fluid and formless, structures representing the “prima materia,” original essence of existence. The juxtaposition of shadow and light play a recurring role in Estrada’s explorations as well, representing the internal struggle between the spiritual and the physical. Estrada describes her artistic process as both frenzied and laborious. The work is multi-layered and time-consuming, a technique she sees as inducing presence, while moving away from the high-speed nature of the digital age. The initial messy, chaotic stage of unknowing is essential to Estrada’s process, as it allows for connection with the deeper, subconscious elements wanting to emerge through the work.   Currently residing and working in Los Angeles, Javiera Estrada continues to push the boundaries of artistic expression, inviting viewers to embark on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual awakening through her evocative creations.