JOACHIM PEREZ

PLAYING WITH
TEXTILE AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATIONS AND

PERFORMANCES







re-imagining this situation - using soft material to redefine space.


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the fabric lends itself to inverted readings which are indications to experience it in all directions.



A 2D to 3D exploration





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HOMMES

embroidered wool on cotton 




DEUS EX MACHINA

embroidered wool on cotton fabric 






















OBSERVATION IV

embroidered wool on cotton

























































 DESTINÉ À NE PAS LUTTER

Wool on unbleached cotton
570x77 cm



As he surrendered, giving himself to the public eye, he found emptyness.

The male body exposed in new forms - producing new narratives at all times.







IN HOC SIGNO VINCES

Embroydered cotton canvas on black metal rods
(3x) 142x74








Flags as a vector of movement - document of various fabrics bearing witness

︎︎︎︎︎︎︎︎︎ process of building an narrative that secretes its own tangible manifestation





perspective - architecture - sounds - addition - depth - structures - space - dimesions - floating - fabrics - found materials - installation - sounds - fellings - time - center - midpoint - recording - attraction - lost - point - angle - lines - expressed - middle - ego - scale - condition - empathy - lack - others - myths - self - forms - individuals - resentful - oneself - individuallity - matter






Sinking perspective - 100% cotton - ‘20

HERE I WANT TO STAY FOREVER

Embroyded unbleached cotton with added fabrics
155x230cm 







                                                                        
                                                           
Undoing - it doesn’t matter for what reason

A kind of excitation - a stimulation 







METACLASTES

Linocut
70x30





























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AGGRESIVE MEN

Linocut series




                       


                                                                                                       









es gab andere Bilder
- sich in dieser Form





           


       
                     






        Leaving room for surprising combinations
                           
















It is defined by subtraction, without fold, without composition, without lining, without mixing, without finishing, without research, without ornaments, it designates what is invisible


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floor-equipped composite cylinder
source: semanticscholar.org










OBSTACLES

Embroydered cotton canvas on black metal rods
324x194 cm

each presents potential new expresions by means of structural changes























Occupies a strategic position - it becomes a methodological network of sketches that develops over time.
It is a [never ending] process 
Back stitching ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Abstract figures


FILLED WITH IMPULSES

Embroydered unbleached cotton canvas
155x285 cm



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In his functions, he has no other side. 






In here there is on the one hand the rigor and on the other hand, the unpredictable.

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We undress and lay down
Today it will pass through us
As I notice that we are not free
Went to get lost inside one another










//what the white fabric characterizes is precisely the absence of forms//

Can _____ be communicated by the absence of the body and by a rolled-up fabric?

NATURAL SOUNDS, SPACES AND DIMENSIONS

Installation
2020

 


//working on the memory of the fabric,  the transitory nature of the found object, unfinished and imperfect.






















HADRIEN

Installation made of 15 pieces of embroidered canvas























NOTECH


Ace Lab
AceHotel New York
Choreographic piece commissioned by ACE Hotel NYC and  performed in July 2019
Tied to each other, three dancers navigate their own body and limitations. This dance piece  explores the moving body and its relationship to attachment. It questions the limitations we constantly impose on ourselves by looking at how freedom can arise from the dancing body. For this piece, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Thomas Piper has composed a suite of songs based on a futuristic dystopian world of NO TECH. Witness him perform this composition live in front of our audience.


This interactive dance installation will confront the audience with dancers. Audience members engaged in silent dialogue with the dancer by manipulating the music’s variables on the Roli Block pads, unleashing the sounds back into the space. In response, each movement artisan will intuitively improvise gestures in harmony to the music, relinquishing their body over to the controller.