A work of art may be understood as a conductor from the artist's mind to the viewer's. But it may never reach the viewer, or it may never leave the artist's mind. Sol Lewitt
ABOUT THE WORKS
Portraying quotidian life as a spectator in these busy times.
From a witness point of view work is done extensively on each piece, preparing the final work last, creating a series of studies before the last touch.
The subject, conceptual or not, matters as a defining case.
The viewer is confronted with analytically questioning the normality and routinely existence that surround us in our daily lives.
Stop, see and think.
The viewer is also challenged, sometimes to derive what could be made by accident and what is completely intentional although everything was made intentionally and nothing by accident.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in Chihuahua City in Northern Mexico,
Rised in the 70's
Lives in London.
First began study of painting while still in high school.
Spent time travelling through Europe, staying in cities such as Athens, Rome, Paris, Madrid and London.
involved in many exhibitions in and around Europe.
Statistically and as current humanity stands, we are all just a number, until someone get some fame and become some house name, if I have a choice I choose a number, I am 5537.
The 5537 signature come up when first in an art class in high school which the tutor had a strong opinion on making sure artists sign and date their work.
In the same group where two other Fernando's as it happens,
In order to distinguish from the other two a mirror image of the nick name at the time ‘FERR’ was used as signature, the idea is to read the numerical character as alphabetical letters and from right to left.