New York-based, Peruvian-born artist Grimanesa Amorós is rapidly becoming one of the art world’s hottest properties with her extraordinary essays in light rendered with some of the most advanced LED technologies. “This technology is a tool for me, like a brush,” she says. “A painter has their colors. I use light and technology.”
Amorós’s most recent work “Surveillance” will soon be on display at the MACRO Museum in Rome in January and will the travel to the MACBA Argentina in May. With a recent feature in her work in the New York Times T magazine Amorós is an artist to watch and one whose career is poised for a spectacular breakout.