Art: Ana Mendieta and Technology Reimagined by da-AL

Aristotle, Da Vinci, and artists before and after them have explored it — the question of where begins and ends the connection between people, technology, and science. Visiting the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California is always a delight of mind and spirit.

Cristian Castro of Argentina repurposed assorted machinery, including an old VW, to create a subtext imbued Dungeness crab …

Photo of dungness crab from recycled parts
EGG-771 by Cristian Castro
Photo of dungness crab from recycled parts
EGG-771 by Cristian Castro

Another of his pieces …

Photo of Seven Fishes from recycled parts by Cristian Castro
Seven Fishes by Cristian Castro
Photo of Seven Fishes from recycled parts by Cristian Castro
Seven Fishes by Cristian Castro

Here William Pérez of Cuba re-thinks the re-thinker, Albert Einstein…

Photo of Einstein by William Peréz
Einstein by William Peréz

While you’re there, be sure to catch MOLAA’s 70th birthday tribute to amazing artist Ana Mendieta, also from Cuba. Here’s another link to a little more about her …

Ana Mendieta (1948-1985), Untitled (Facial Hair Transplants), 1972
Ana Mendieta (1948-1985), Untitled (Facial Hair Transplants), 1972

You can see art I’ve created here. And more of my posts about art here and here and here and here and here  …

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