Archetype Vizcaya

Archetype Vizcaya’s reviews

Contemporary artist Ernesto Oroza re-presents “Archetype Vizcaya” By Janna Lafferty, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens Examiner April 21st, 2011. http://www.examiner.com There is irony in Ernesto Oroza’s title, “Archetype Vizcaya.” He is less asking his audience to uncover something original and immutable then to point to the many folds of appropriation, redefinition,…

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Notas sobre Arquetipo Vizcaya

Notas sobre Espacio Provisional * Espacio provisional en Vizcaya asume como su estructura física y espacial las láminas de plexiglás que fueron colocadas en 1953 cuando la casa devino museo para proteger el lugar y los objetos de los visitantes.  En mi proyecto considero estos plexiglases una superficie expositiva paralela al museo. El …

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Plant Species Prohibited in Miami-Dade County (Selection)

Prohibited Plant Species List The following is a list of plant species prohibited in Miami-Dade County. Air Potato (Dioscorea bulbifera) Australian Pine (Casurina equisetifolia) Banyan Fig (Ficus benghalensis) Bishopwood (Bischofia javanica) Brazilian Jasmine (Jasminum fluminense) Brazilian Pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius) Burma Reed (Cane Grass) – Neyaudia reynaudiana Carrotwood (Cupaniopsis anacardioides) Castor…

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Archetype Vizcaya: Curatorial Statement – Interview

Archetype: the original pattern or model from which all things of the same kind are copied or on which they are based. As Ernesto Oroza began his work on Archetype Vizcaya, we invited him to look closely at the estate. For several months, he examined the patterns of materials and the…

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