Tomás Díaz Cedeño Mexico, b. 1983

Tomás Díaz Cedeño (Mexico b.1983) is a Mexico City-based artist whose artistic production explores the proportion between the natural and the artificial, as well as the continuous interaction between empirical belief systems and scientific methodologies. His practice examines the expressive range material objects can embody when forced into previously unknown relationships. His physically evocative formal explorations connote an inherent mysticism, recalling alternative representation of the body, nature’s organic structures, and amulets of peripheral systems of believes. He examines these relations through a delicate, tenuous —even grotesque— visual language rooted in a committed, intimate dialogue with the materials he uses.

 

Recent exhibitions include “El ensamble del ocaso” a group show at Museum of Contemporary Art of Monterrey; “Por debajo del árbol'' at PRAXIS studio of Architect Agustín Hernández Navarro, PEANA-Off site, Mexico City, MX; “Soft Water Hard Stone’’ curated by Margot Norton and Jamillah James at the New Museum, New York, US; “666” a two person show at Galeríe Nordenhake in Mexico City, MX; “Usando este cuerpo, pensando en la fuente’’ a solo exhibition at PEANA, Monterrey, MX; “Vessels”, a solo exhibition at BWS Gallery, Mexico City, MX. Díaz Cedeño recently attended LaCasaPark Artist Residency in New York, US and Casa Wabi in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, MX.