In Maison D’Artiste, Loidys Carnero and Yaima Carrazana establish a dialogue with the work of Piet Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg and the Dutch movement of De Stijl, founded in 1917. Making use of appropriation addresses issues related to integration and autonomy. Each work is part of an investigation in an intimate environment and lifestyle.
In the installation: “De Ligt chair, Heesterveld 28” the artists move to the third floor of the Carpenters ‘ studio in Havana, the kitchen of their studio apartment in Amsterdam, through a reproduction of real scale photography and a chair designed by Gerrit Rietveld. The chair was built by a local carpenter following a Dutch tutorial “do-it-yourself”. Through the gesture of placing a reproduction of the chair “de Ligt” a connection with the functional and the specific context is established.
A Carrazana´s new serie of paintings in oil on canvas show compositions of planes of colors red, yellow, blue, black and grey among which are inserted elements that are part of the domestic environment, like fruits and plants of interior.