~~ Bio~~ Jessica Tabares Dorado Is born and raised in Cali, Colombia. She lived there until her 14th years old with her grandparents. She decided to move to Curacao to finish her highschool where her mother was living. After some years of education she was able to change to Dutch nationality. And continued her higher education at the Netherlands.
"Art involves self induced automatism, irrationality and instants of intrusive imagination. Allowing yourself to discover what might be beyond human logic. Exposing personal feelings as a way of researching and getting involved in social themes. Avoiding stratagems, gambling to make reflective narratives that are worth to discover.
Inspired by human relationships as personal interest and how the changes that are happening may affect the perception of our human experience, merely by elder people and new generations.
Questioning very often what does it means to be a human in an artificial world. Perceiving life as a transition and how being merged in a ongoing reality full of transformation, where we should be rescuing morals from the past, or answering the call of our own individual, unique existence.
This final project evolves from being an auto biographical work, but goes beyond that personal surface. Showing humans in traveling aspects, or imagined surrounding trying to return to an invisible origin. In the graduation show I will intervene in the space with a selection of mixed works. Keeping playfulness and opening up to explore and respond within the space and improvise.
I'm exhibiting diverse works, the improvised ones in combination with 'The postbox' that has recently been exhibiting at the Kunsthal, two new printed and oilpainted photomontages and a tiny painting of the last physical hand conection I had with my grandmother.