Artist Marcela Sinclair has an appetite for deconstruction by Victoria Schirinian

Artist Marcela Sinclair has an appetite for deconstruction

Victoria Schirinian

Exploring how the spaces we inhabit shape our daily routines, the Argentine artist invites us to reconnect to the innocence of childhood and imagine a different kind of future


Left: Ugo Rondinone, Miami Mountain, 2016, painted stone and stainless steel, 3.5 × 12.5 × 3.5m. Photo by Andrea Rossetti, courtesy of Studio Rondinone. Right: Marcela Sinclair holding up a few stones from Derrame (Spill), 2019. Photo by Mani Gatto.
Left: Ugo Rondinone, Miami Mountain, 2016, painted stone and stainless steel, 3.5 × 12.5 × 3.5m. Photo by Andrea Rossetti, courtesy of Studio Rondinone. Right: Marcela Sinclair holding up a few stones from Derrame (Spill), 2019. Photo by Mani Gatto.
Left: Sinclair rearranging a work in progress. Right: Sinclair at her studio. Photos by Mani Gatto.
Left: Sinclair rearranging a work in progress. Right: Sinclair at her studio. Photos by Mani Gatto.
Marcela Sinclair, Derrame (Spill), 2019, site-specific installation of painted pebbles, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist.
Marcela Sinclair, Derrame (Spill), 2019, site-specific installation of painted pebbles, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist.