Employing geometric patterns to create installations and sculptures, Poblete’s work explores the essence of materiality by creating sensorial encounters within volumetric spatial compositions and structures.
Using everyday materials such as paper, Poblete employs geometry and repetition to construct a visual language. In creating an awareness of space, Poblete draws her audience’s attention away from the chaos of everyday city life to focus on aspects of the human condition.
Rhetorical Figures was exhibited at Bargoonga Nganjin from 4 July – 30 July 2017.
Image credit: Rhetorical Figures by Mila Poblete. Photo J. Forsyth.