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Jorge Méndez Blake

The work of Méndez Blake (*1974 in Guadalajara, Mexico) is built on investigations between art, literature and architecture; addressing literary works as spatial influences that can be translated into concrete objects. The artist employs analysis and synthesis as tools to transform the narrative and the poetic into visual compositions, attempting to make evident the material aspects that are implied in the act of writing. He refers to the great master of universal literature, such as Jorge Luis Borges, Emily Dickinson, Jules Verne, Franz Kafka and James Joyce amongst others.

  • Jorge Méndez Blake, Chamber Music. Chapter V (James Joyce), 2019

    bronze
    Dimensions Variables

  • Jorge Méndez Blake, Exploration Library. Library Structure XIV, 2019

    colored pencil on paper
    78.74 x 110.24 in (200 x 280 cm)

  • Jorge Méndez Blake, Pause II (Red), 2019

    typewriter, marble
    43.31 x 17.72 in (110 x 45 cm)

  • Jorge Méndez Blake, Dismantling James Joyce (The Cat and the Devil) I, 2019

    acrylic on canvas
    59.84 x 48.03 in (152 x 122 cm)

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