An immersive installation in the stairwell comprised of sculptures inspired by underground mineral caves. This project is focused around the transformation of matter, from its natural state to its streamlined variety of sub-products and makes apparent the exploitation and bastardization of a particular mineral: Gypsum. This installation continues the artist’s ongoing investigation of space, form, movement, time and thought, often in relationship to the human body.


Alicia Marván (Mexico/USA) is an artist and designer dedicated to contemporary and experimental practices. She has participated in over 100 art exhibitions and projects, which have received support from cultural organizations across the globe. She is the founder and director of the Guapamacátaro Center for Art and Ecology in Michoacán, Mexico (www.guapamacataro.org).