Saulo Blanco currently lives in Mexico City (Mexico). He holds a master in Artistic Production from the UAEM (Autonomous University of the State of Morelos). He has attended various workshops and received several scholarships and diplomas. His works are in publications such as Agenda Rendija and Cuadernos Híbridos Investigación Contemporánea-UAEM. They are found in various public and private collections, such as the Griselda Hurtado Collection in the city of Cuernavaca Morelos.
À propos de l'oeuvre
North Peripheral consists of 5 works of variable sizes (the size of each work is detailed below) mounted on Sintra and PMMA (Polymethyl Methacrylate), with an angle of “invisible” aluminum at the back so that the pieces are “floating”. North Peripheral begins through walking tours, and uses photography as a medium. The artist captures situations that develop naturally, as well as with on-site interventions that he carries out with objects and garbage found on the road. He questions the rhythm and temporality of our daily movements, challenging daily and schematic transit, through actions that can be considered useless in a productive society, where every minute of our life is measured and controlled.