Noor Blazekovic IRREVERSIBLE Founder Publisher/ Curator: It is interesting how people – not just spectators but also curators – may view and interpret your work in various ways. Tell us about your career? Please describe your work? What quality or dimension of the body of your work is most significant for you? When and why each character takes form?
EDO Eduardo Sanabria: I always try to find a language that goes beyond the simple fact of caricature characters . I draw much of what pop , cubism , from figurative ; mix all that and start to experiment with bright colors. Picasso was a great cartoonist . He embodied their vision of a face. That is my search too. Find a way to show my vision about a person or situation. The people sees in many ways my work (mainly Pop) . I want to give a fresh air when you see my work and make it their own with different interpretations.
EDO Eduardo Sanabria: Siempre trato de buscar un lenguaje que vaya más allá del simple hecho de caricaturizar a personajes. Me nutro mucho de lo pop, del cubismo, de lo figurativo; mezclo todo eso y comienzo a experimentar con colores vivos. Picasso fue un gran caricaturista. Plasmaba su visión particular de un rostro. Esa es mi búsqueda también. Encontrar un modo de mostrar mi visión acerca de una persona o situación. El público ve de muchas maneras mi trabajo (principalmente Pop) . Quiero darle un aire fresco cuando vea mi obra y que la hagan suya con sus distintas interpretaciones.
Noor Blazekovic IRREVERSIBLE Founder Publisher/ Curator: When and why each character takes form?
EDO Eduardo Sanabria: Venezuela is a country that has great characters in music, the arts , journalism , sports. EDO Eduardo Sanabria wanted to pay tribute to 26 of these Venezuelans in each of these categories with its successful exhibition ” a country Leads 2″ . One way to reconnect with this vibrant and cheerful country that is Venezuela .
EDO Eduardo Sanabria: One of these characters is Carlos Cruz Diez universal reference in plastic and color, considered one of the fathers of kinetic art with Carlos Cruz Diez , EDO brings other global icons to Art Monaco 2015 IRREVERSIBLE PROJECTS. The Artist work goes on beyond mere caricature. it is a speech colorful , geometric shapes with a refreshing pop aura that invites us to look beyond the soul of the character.
Noor Blazekovic: Caricature it is the briefest and sharpest way of stating a criticism. From the very beginning, it aims to address the audience to the lacking and improper parts of society. Which is the most important part of stating criticism in your work? And what role-plays in society at large?
EDO Eduardo Sanabria: For me it is a great opportunity to show my work beyond my country. I am grateful that IRREVERSIBLE let me show the other part of the caricature that is more than a mere exaggeration of some physical trait. Each character can take me weeks. From pencil sketch to final print in Gicleé. I, as an artist i´m happy that such talented people look at me and open me the door to exhibit my art in places that otherwise would be very difficult to reach up them.
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