Escultura Sonora by Vero Rivera


Esculturas Sonoras ("Sound Sculptures"), a collection that fuses painting, sculpture and music, plays with the frontiers between everyday life and art. Pictorial instruments that once were gas tanks, now communicate stories, myths and sonority. The technical and thematic variety of the visual language of several generations of painters have endowed each sculpture with a unique identity. Faced with our present problems, with the environmental crisis, unbridled consumerism and the policies of a neoliberal system that question the usefulness of art in modern life, these 17 sculptures propose new ways of thinking about a more sustainable future, of seeing the useful in the useless and to transform the disposable into art.

Vero Rivera

Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1985.

She currently resides and works in Carolina, Puerto Rico. In 2006 she obtained an Associate Degree in Interior Design from the University of Puerto Rico in Carolina and then continued studies at the School of Fine Arts and Design of Puerto Rico, where he completed a Baccalaureate with a major Painting (2011). Her work has been exhibited in Puerto Rico, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Miami and New York. She has stood out as a muralist, participating in local and international festivals and events, including Artesano Project (Río San Juan, RD, 2014) and Nagua, RD, 2015), WarmiPaint (Quito, Ecuador, 2015), Pow! Wow! DC (Washington DC, 2016), Richmond Project (Richmond, Virginia, 2016), Constructo (Mexico City, MX. 2016), Los Muros Hablan (Bayamón, Puerto Rico, 2014) and Santurce es Ley (San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2014 ). She is the co-founder of the Malaquita Workshop in Santurce, Puerto Rico where she worked as a member from 2016-2018. Available for pick-up only. 13 x 13 x 12 inches.

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