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Bernardo Mora

Born: 1970

Hometown: Pasto

Based in: Curitiba - Brazil -

Colombian, born in 1970, training architect graduated from the "Ecole d'Architecture Paris Val-de-Marne,” Paris. 
After long and intense professional activity in Europe, I abandoned the rigor of the old world labor pyramids and landed in Curitiba, city where I live since late 2006. 
The work as an artist has been dormant during the years of residence in Europe, having risen brutally in the first few months of residence in Brazil. 
Since then I have lived an intense creative routine, the result is an extensive collection of works made on Brazilian soil. 
In the last decade, living in large centers such as Caracas, New York, Paris, and Barcelona were also fundamental to mature my concepts in art and then, finally, have been Brazil and its multicultural reality the catalyst for a real creative explosion. 
From 2015 I started a new personal stage and began to work in full in art projects. Since then I began a project entitled "Water, Earth, Air and Fire, elements of strength", whose idea is to develop four series with the theme of the four elements of nature and explore them in their entire pictorial dimension.

 



Bernardo Mora In The Studio

The overall proposal of my job is to break the existing conservative relationships between geometric shapes, colors, textures, optical states and their subliminal language, always converging to a harmonious result.

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More About Bernardo Mora

Question IconWhat inspires you?

I am permanently inspired by my environment, the world around me, my memories and my fantasies.

Question IconDescribe your creative process.

My creative and permanent process can start by watching a movie, reading a book or simply in an act of contemplating nature, these personal experiences immediately transport me to forms of composition, colors and lights, which I later try to decipher in my studio..

Question IconWhat are 3 words that best describe your work?

light, color and shape

Question IconWho are some artists that have influenced your work?

The artists who have most powerfully influenced my work are Carlos Cruz Ten, and Julio Le Parc, two true masters of optical and kinetic art.

Question IconWhat is the most important tool when creating your work?

No place for dudes, my intuition.

Question IconWhat is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Working with passion and setting aside rationality

Question IconWhere do you go for inspiration?

It inspires me unbelievably my family and the passion that sparks my work.


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