Mario Rojo was born in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua in 1990. Rojo lives and works in El Paso, Texas, the borderland between Mexico and the United States. Rojo experienced a certain form of cultural clash; this artist seeks to interpret the sensibility of territory placed in the geographically and politically segmented. Rojo explores this idea of segmentation by creating works inspired by the presence of the micro — the unknown, and the unperceived. Rojo’s abstract, layered, and multi-media works invite a mood of contrast and new experiences where frontiers and boundaries at once appear and dissolve before our eyes. In contrast, the mirroring of the macro — the large, immense and even infinite — acts as a balance to his attention to the micro. Creating works that try to capture the essence of this process, in the pureness of memory, the presence of layered surfaces, and the boundlessness of the existent and the non-existent, Rojo seeks a particularly unique and individual form of creative expression. Bachelors of Fine Arts in Studio Art from the University of Texas at El Paso with a focus in printmaking and drawing. In 2014, his first mural collaboration was featured in The New York Times travel section as a way to promote cultural travel to Texas.
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