We would be nothing without our attributes, or we’d be unrecognizable. Objects are, beyond their functionality, symbols expressing our identity, they distinguish or legitimize us. They are signs of our existence, status, and power. I’m interested in the material universe of houses and the things that surround contemporary man. I appropriate appearance and everyday objects that, like a layer or skin, define our tastes, ideologies, social classes and sectors. I penetrate the private space of the individual in order to begin a dialogue with culture, inherited or assimilated, which modulates human identity in every context.
Adrián Fernández was born in 1984. He graduated from the Higher Institute of Art (ISA) in 2010. He has exhibit in several group and solo shows in Cuba, United States, Mexico, France, Belgium and Cambodia.