Event Details

In Process @ The Watermill Center | Lilian Colosso & Lua Rivera

Date: September 30th, 2017
Venue: The Watermill Center
Address: 39 Watermill Towd Road
City: Water Mill
Time: 02:00 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.
Website: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-process-the-watermill-center-lilian-colosso-lua-rivera-tickets-35736825808
Phone: 631-726-4628


Watermill Artists-in-Residence Lilian Colosso and Lua Rivera invite the community to explore their work through In Process @ The Watermill Center. In Process @ The Watermill Center invites the community to engage with our resident artists on Saturday afternoons through open rehearsals, workshops, studio visits, lectures or artist talks. Looking Slowly: 30 Years of Painting by Royce Weatherly will also be on view for the afternoon.


Lilian Colosso (b. 1988) based in Los Angeles and São Paulo, graduated in 2011 at the Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo with a Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts. Exploring the boundaries between the body and nature, specifically using the body as a material element, has been the focus of her research through performance and video. Recent exhibitions include: Performance festival MOVIMENTA#1, Mezanino Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil, 2015; First collective show at Condomínio Cultural, São Paulo, Brazil, 2014; Laço no Paço, Subsolo do Paço das Artes, São Paulo, Brazil, 2013; Con Pasión: Art and Passion / Brazil and Argentina, Marta Traba Gallery – Fundação Memorial da América Latina, São Paulo, Brazil, 2012; First Collective, Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade, São Paulo, Brazil, 2012; FASE3 Art and Technology Meeting, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2011; Facilitator of the Abramovic Method during the exhibition Terra Comunal, Marina Abramovic + MAI, São Paulo, Brazil, 2015.

Mexican artist Lua Rivera (b. 1989) “experiments to know and produces to survive”. For her, art can erase the boundaries between disciplines, promoting a free interaction between them and allowing the exhibition to transcend the walls of the gallery. As a visual artist she is distinguished by her continuous search and use of multidisciplinary resources such as intervention, collage, photography and textiles.