Laura Rosete employs miniatures as stage and motive, and she is interested in containers and inks that assimilate maternal wombs or intimate spaces where man nests in silence. This brief but substancial unfolding of contemporary sculpture invites to give into a contemplation about the shapes, textures and densities and understand how it was that the artist made the image appear, from the material that lent its substance to form chrystalized metaphores.
Actual tridimension can be interpreted as a garden of solid figures where the flourishment has stopped to show us the profile and volume of continual morphings that build her artistic restlessness.
Born in 1966 in Mexico City
1984 – 1989 Degree in Painting from the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving, La Esmeralda. INBA
1996 – 1998 Master in Visual Arts at the UNAM. ENAP, division of Graduate Studies. Former San Carlos College
April 2006 Vermont Studio Center in the discipline of sculpture
2004 Fellowship from Artist Exchange Program Residence. Mexico – Canada, Banff FONCA
2000-2001 Young Artists Program, sculpture
2002 National Cum Laude for Sculpture at the first Biennial of Visual Arts in Yucatan
2000 Purchase Award and the Grand Prix Omnilife in the discipline of sculpture in the under 35 category, Guadalajara, Jalisco
She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, among which are:
2004 Bonds and Solitudes, Quetzalli Gallery, Oaxaca
2003 Blanco. Lourdes Sosa Gallery, Polanco, Mexico
2003 Current Tridimension in the 19th Festival of Mexico City Historic Downtown, SCHP Gallery, Mexico City
2001 26-36, SCHP, Former Archbishop’s Palace, 2001.
1991 X Encuentro Nacional de Arte Joven, Carrillo Gil Museum