Translations:Lika Mutal/7/en

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From her contact with the local carver, Lika Mutal altered the perspective of her work and began to focus on the importance of stone as storyteller, which allowed her to understand that this material has a constant life.[1] The artist then made a series of works that she called Quipus. For this project, she used materials such as travertine and arranged the work in the form of rings or circles and lines. Later, Juan Arias took the artist to quarries to become familiar with black granite, another material for her works and which again presented an artistic challenge.

  1. Falleció la artista Lika Mutal: autora de “El ojo que Llora” y “El espejo de Piedra”.