This selection of paintings by Cuban artist Yaima Carrazana appropriate and re-articulate the meticulous design of the Dutch government, reaching out to the government-wide corporate identity.
In the “Liveability” series the artist exhibits the way in which the government uses colour in maps about the living environment in the Netherlands, looking for the human dimension behind the classification and marginalization.
Yaima Carrazana’s latest works summarizes several years trying to figure out “the good life” in a foreign country. The artist allows herself the freedom to use governmental Dutch colour codes from her own perspective as a foreigner.
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