The exhibition includes wall murals, paintings and domestic environments where the artist explores the relationship between eroticism, queer theory, history and geometry. For the “cyborg paintings,” Minoliti mixes the use of hand and machine. The canvas is first traced and spray-painted to create a colored landscape that has the outline of humanly enlivened forms. Then the artist photographs the composition, which he then prints on to canvas. Once this is done, she goes back to the printed canvas for the finishing touches with paint.
‘G.S.F.C. 2.0 (Geometrical Sci-Fi Cyborg)’ at Cherry & Martin, Los Angeles
Blouin Artinfo, August 22, 2017