SERRANO, Fernande Carrión

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Description

Parir Me Quiero, 1996
Wood box, paint, photographs, fabric, plastic dolls, metal ornament

"My work is completely visceral. Each work or piece that I create is born from an experience or event that has marked my life. For me, it holds the meaning of a ritual of celebration, offering, thankfulness, or prayer. In this sense, I believe that it is profoundly religious. It is my way of struggling with the world, to become cleansed."

- Fernande Carrión Serrano

Created in Ecuador

Date

1996

Creator

SERRANO, Fernande Carrión

Source

Women Beyond Borders Art Collection founded by Lorraine Serena

Identifier

2023.005.125

Citation

SERRANO, Fernande Carrión, “SERRANO, Fernande Carrión,” UCSB ADA Museum Omeka, accessed June 14, 2024, http://art-collections.museum.ucsb.edu/items/show/16917.