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Still life with iPhone & rice

Acrylic on linen

40 x 30 x 3 cm (15.75 x 11.81 x 1.18")


Mercado Libre

Acrylic on linen

40 x 30 x 3 cm (15.75 x 11.81 x 1.18")


Maxx Giggles' studio circa 2003

The Big Sleep (BigGAN)

Variable measures

H.264 video

5 min 01

Marcel Duchamp at the RMS Titanic as seen by Mr. Caledon Hockley & Mrs Rose DeWitt Bukater (1929)

H.264 video

0 min 57 (Tanks)

 H.264 video

5 min 39


Still life with Macbook and iPad Air

Acrylic on canvas

50 x 60 x 6 cm (23.62 x 19.69 x 2.36")


Still life with three modems

Acrylic on canvas

60 x 80 x 6 cm (23.62 x 31.49 x 2.36")


Leipzig 225/130/41, August 8, 2018

Acrylic on linen

75 x 85 x 6 cm (29.53 x 33.56 x 2.36")


Still Life with iPhone 8 and Marvis Jasmin Mint

Acrylic on linen

40 x 30 x 3 cm (15.75 x 11.81 x 1.18")

Alonso Cedillo & silviamurahovsky

Cha Cha - Max Vika

HDTV 1080p

3 min 43


Los Manantiales

Digital image

Variable measures

Loading image of infused Fruit Loops

Acrylic on linen

40 x 40 x 6 cm (15.74 x 15.74 x 2.36")


Foggy Khmeimim Truck

3D print and polyester resin
20 x 10 x 8 cm (7.87 x 3.93 x 3.14 ")


Still life with blue modem and coke cans

Acrylic on linen
75 x 85 x 6 cm (29.53 x 33.56 x 2.36 ")


Still life with cat and HP Pavilion

Acrylic on canvas

60 x 80 x 6 cm (23.62 x 31.49 x 2.36")

The internet is a reality that tends to show contradictions and fakes. Because of this it has always been important for me to create objects that are not what they look like, and hence, become elements of doubt.

This contradictory nature can be seen on my dilapidated paintings, which I make by using two kind of primers. One can be dissolved with water, allowing me to create the illusion of an ancient fresco painting deteriorated by humidity. The contradiction level grows with the dilapidated images, which all look old in shape but present in image.


The same happens with my metallized 3D prints, which consist in a form transformed into pictures which were used to create a virtual object; the digital model is then sliced and transformed into drawings, which are then used to create a sculpture by stacking them together. At a glance, transforming sculptures into sculptures can seem pointless, however the process show the way in which information transforms because of human digital interaction. Once they are finished they are metallized and an oxidation process is provoked to make them look older.

I started to explore the use of  virtual environments by creating spaces like an exhibition of  Duchamp's Ready-Mades made with Google Sketch-Up Objects, and the creation of the first lots of Los Manantiales, my project to conceptually gentrify Xochimilco neighborhood.  I also finished my collaborations with a YouTube that goes under the handle silviamurahovsky, which had uploaded the Nimda's tank videos which I had appropriated previously, along with two videos that show a Salsa contest on an unidentified location which I decided to appropriate too.   

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