Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez (Born 1974, San Jose, Costa Rica. Lives and works in Berlin.)Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez’s work is grounded in an intuitive method of collaging, a particular brand of salvage which employs and transforms fragments of modern life through an ordering that is contingent rather than absolute, provisional rather than fixed. Individual, sometimes contradictory, components are assembled together in ways which often allow the parts to interlock literally and organically to create the form. In this piece the rational order of the geometric structure is offset by the aleatory nature of the net forms creating a sense of frozen animation where structure, composition, colour, line, plane, shape and surface are all at times the point of dissolution. Recent solo exhibitions include Werkstatt des Alphabets, Carl Freedman Gallery, London and NOLANDSCAPE, Counter Gallery, London. Group shows include LES FORMES FEMININES, Marseille, Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican, London, An Archaeology, 176 Project Space, London. She is represented by Carl Freedman Gallery, London.