Hyuro

Research investigation of the street as a space for reflection, liberation of our own fears, conflicts and concerns that we have with ourselves and with the environment in which we live. An attempt to create a bond between the paint […]

Biography / Hyuro

Research investigation of the street as a space for reflection, liberation of our own fears, conflicts and concerns that we have with ourselves and with the environment in which we live. An attempt to create a bond between the paint and the public to contribute into the confrontation between the viewer and the work, increasing curiosity and reactivating the internal dialogue we have with ourselves, reflectioning on the contradictions that we have with the ideal and the real life, with the assigned life and the lived one.

Among many of the issues stands out the figure of the woman, not only from their gender assigned within a patriarcal world but also as an obeyed subject to the difference preasures and overcharges that are imposed by a capitalist system. Inviting us to become aware of the limits and the conditions under which our body is crossing. Submiting reflections on both individual and collective identities, questioning the conditions of freedom as the fundamental and inalienable rights of the person.