Javier Bosques In my practice I create objects, videos and paintings that deal with imagery and experience.

Artwork

Orange Web, 2016.
Orange Web, 2016.
Orange Web, 2016. Javier Bosques
Series of framed spider webs preserved and painted with rubber.
From Three Pasts, 2015.
From Three Pasts, 2015.
From Three Pasts, 2015. Javier Bosques
Acrylic on canvas
Iron Gate Series / Serie de Rejas, 2012.
Iron Gate Series / Serie de Rejas, 2012.
Iron Gate Series / Serie de Rejas, 2012.Javier Bosques
Welded iron and paint.
Bandera [Flag], 2012.
Bandera [Flag], 2012.
Bandera [Flag], 2012. Oil on Canvas-board. Javier Bosques
Oil on Canvas-board
Las Tenis, 2012.
Las Tenis, 2012.
Las Tenis, 2012. Installation of Athletic shoes and wire.Javier Bosques
Installation of Athletic shoes and wire.

Artistic Statement

In my practice, I create objects, videos and paintings that deal with imagery and experience. I work with visual signifies and sensory stimuli to address concerns of memory, subjectivity and collective being.

Naranjito, 2014
Shot in Naranjito Puerto Rico.

 

Bio - CV

Photo by Juan E. Cabrera

Javier Bosques (b. 1985 Puerto Rico), is a conceptual multidisciplinary working in various mediums, including video, sculpture, installation, and painting. His practice employs an expansive array of materials, forms of public engagement, and relational aesthetics. He seeks to introduce a visual language in pursue of signifiers that best represent the plurality and subjective nature of experiences.

Bosques received a BFA in visual arts from the Cooper Union in New York and MFA in Film Directing from UCLA in Los Angeles, California, USA. His works have been exhibited internationally, including at Centro Cultural España in Guatemala (2008), Kunsthalle Zürich, Switzerland (2012); TEOR/éTICA (2012) and Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo (2013) San José, Costa Rica; Proyecto Siqueiros|La Tallera, Cuernavaca, Mexico (’15) and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, Cuba (2016). Most recently, Bosques participated in the exhibition ‘Pacific Standard Time LA/LA: Video Art in Latin America’ by the Getty Research Center at LAXArts in Los Angeles. Work from Bosques is part of the permanent collection of Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico - video work is actively on view