Ivan Puig is a Mexico based artist known for his contemporary art installation of drowning sculptures. His most recognized artworks are called “Crecimientos Artificiales” (Artificial Growth) and “Hasta Las Narices” (Fed Up). The artist produced another series that spotlights themes about education and questions the artificial in the induction of knowledge.
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“Ask, question, influence; sarcasm, irony, and paradox. I like the contradiction, I like poetry, simplicity and complexity together, surprise and surprise. I like that people smile when the piece detonates inside; I like, incite, I like to think that art has a transformative, political and creative force, with concrete and tangible results and also with sublime and subtle effects.”
He uses his modern art to reviews the structures of power which the concept of education is “seated” in the country and its system, strongly influenced by conflicts in the economic, political and social order.
This contemporary sculpture series consists of different installations, its origin is related to the proportions of the events and its relativity. The comic narrative is employed. The spectator moves among the pieces like a zoom out. Though they both have pretty much different contexts and meanings, we appreciate this sculptures for their quite tragedy encouraging to think further about it without any noise.
The modern sculptures outline a comment on education, challenging the artifice of knowledge induction. More generally, it reviews the power structures on which the educational doctrine is “felt” in the country and its system, strongly impacted by economic, political and social conflicts. Registered in the context of an institution dedicated to teacher training.