Oct. 3, 2013
Richmond Center for Visual Arts
Fernando Orellana's recent works are based on as the artist states, "the concepts of dying and birthing for generations upon generation, as we hurtle through space and time, helplessly out of control. Approaching the future at an ever-increasing pace and plugged into one another ingenuously, we perpetually dismantle and assemble each other. Along the way encountering irregular moments of nirvana, keeping us interested and entertained."
Taking on varying forms and mediums, the visions that have surfaced lean towards conversations about the nature of reality, and the relationship of work principles and communications we share with one another.