Biochromatic comes from the combination of animals and living organisms with an incidental mixture of intense and colourful explosions. Colors intervened and used by natural agents as their own micro biosphere.
Sofia Ortiz’ work is made up of a series of micro-cosmos that together, manage to turn into a perfectly composed system without previous planification or design that emulates the processes of the natural world. Her fascination for nature, can be appreciated in each and every one of her pieces and she considers it to be a part solution part antithesis to the sameness of globalized consumerism and our contemporary reality.
Sofía Ortiz (1988). México City, México. She holds a BA in Art from Yale University (2011), where she graduated with honors and the Ethele Walker Prize for outstanding thesis within her major. She has done natural history drawings in various places - The Peabody Collection, Yale School of Medicine, Museo Nacional of Rio de Janiero and UNAM in México City. She received a national grant for painting (FONCA Jóvenes Creadores 2012 -2013) and spent some time looking at animals. She completed a six month residency at the Swatch Art Peace Hotel in Shanghai, China. She is currently at RISD (Rhode Island School of Design) getting her MFA in Painting.