IVAN NAVARRO: narration through light

Ivan Navarro, Impenetrable (Whisper), 2012, Fluorescent lights, resin, mirror, one way mirror and electric energy, 37 x 41 x 41 1/2 inches, 94 x 104.1 x 105.4 cm

Ivan Navarro, Impenetrable (Whisper), 2012                                                                                                               Fluorescent lights, resin, mirror, one way mirror and electric energy

Ivan Navarro’s work strives to engage the viewers interaction and highlight the social and political implications that result in his compositions. Transforming conventional objects into light sculptures is the language Navarro uses to shine light on his fears. “I make spaces in a fictional way to deal with my own psychological anxiety,” Navarro says.

Ivan Navarro, Die, 2009, wood, neon, mirror, one way mirror and electric system

Ivan Navarro, Die, 2009, wood, neon, mirror, one way mirror and electric system

Ivan Navarro, pink electric chair

Ivan Navarro, pink electric chair

Ivan Navarro and Courtney Smith, Street Lamp (Yellow Bench), 2012, Neon, cement, metal and electric energy

Ivan Navarro and Courtney Smith, Street Lamp (Yellow Bench), 2012, Neon, cement, metal and electric energy

Ivan Navarro, Man Hole (Icon), 2011, Neon light, plywood, glass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy

Ivan Navarro, Man Hole (Icon), 2011, Neon light, plywood, glass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy

Ivan Navarro, Sway (Grand Gateway), 2011, neon, wood, paint, Plexiglass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy

Ivan Navarro, Sway (Grand Gateway), 2011, neon, wood, paint, Plexiglass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy

Ivan Navarro, Burder, 2011, neon, wood, paint, Plexiglass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy

Ivan Navarro, Burder, 2011, neon, wood, paint, Plexiglass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy

Ivan Navarro

Ivan Navarro, neon

Ivan Navarro “Threshold” 2009 from 53rd Venice Biennial

Ivan Navarro “Threshold” 2009 from 53rd Venice Biennal

 

Ivan Navarro, “The Armory Fence”, 2011 Paul Kasmin Gallery “Heaven or Las Vegas” exhibition

Ivan Navarro, “The Armory Fence”, 2011 Paul Kasmin Gallery “Heaven or Las Vegas” exhibition

 

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