Jimena Croceri (EN)

Jimena Croceri

Argentina, 1981
Supported by Fundación Ama Amoedo

Jimena is a multimedia visual artist whose artistic practice is characterized by intention and experiment, resistance and fluidity. Using found materials and natural elements, her work explores points of flexibility between gestures, rituals and performances. Recent residences and awards include the 2020 Pernord Ricard Fellowship for an artist residency at the Villa Vassileff (Paris), the 2019 exchange program Coincidencia by Pro-Helvetia in Switzerland and the 2018 residency at FLORA ars+natura in Bogotá, Colombia. Croceri has performed and exhibited her work at Museum of Sex (New York) MUNTREF museum and Museum of Modern Art (Buenos Aires), Ming Contemporary Art Museum (Shangai), Raven Row gallery (London), Ausstellungsraum Klingental (Basel), Cabaret Voltaire (Zürich), among other cultural institutions and venues.


About the work
The days, the waves
Object book: ink on filter paper

For this series of drawings made in collaboration with the sea, Jimena gives rise to matter, works in a kind of partnership with it, recognizing its expressive capacity and giving it decision-making power in the work. The days, the waves is based on the relationship between rhythm, body and space/land. It expands the artist’s research in relation to bodies of water, and water not as a resource but as an active entity, bearer of knowledge, that connects and is inherent to humans and non-human beings.