Indira Cesarine, "Frida," 2018


Indira Cesarine, "Frida," 2018 Install view

“FRIDA” Neon Sculpture

A continuation of her inspirational women series in neon, “Frida” by Indira Cesarine is inspired by the legendary Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.

“Empowering feminist themes are often a point of departure for my multi-sensory series. My work questions the place of humanity in context with contemporary civilization and is often influenced by autobiographical content and women’s history at large. I connect with thematic subject matter that engages a narrative of social discourse and art activism. As a multi-disciplinarian artist, I often work across several mediums such as photography, video, sculpture, painting and printmaking to convey a rich and diverse narrative. Through my exhibitions and artwork, I challenge the status quo, as well as tackle stereotypes and double standards. I draw from historical narratives in an effort to create empowering artwork that can have an impact on the viewer, be a catalyst for change or provide insight into history, which may have been overlooked. As an artist, I find it is more effective to communicate my ideas through visual and sensory explorations that can uniquely address the world we live in today.”

TITLE: Frida DATE: 2018 MEDIUM: Glass Neon Sculpture mounted on plexiglass with Electrical Transformer DIMENSIONS: 36 × 26 × 4 in EDITION: Unique SALES NOTES: AVAILABLE