In her work, Javiera da Fonseca seeks to create a bridge towards an elevated state of consciousness and unity. His research focuses both on nature and architecture and on the symbolic charge of color, which throughout history has helped human beings to explain the dualities between the human and the divine, and to understand natural phenomena and concerns of a nature existential In his paintings, reality mixes with dreams to generate a mixture between the public and private, between the oneiric and an urban historical landscape that marks a journey from ancient times and the first civilizations to modern architecture. His works are part of an ideological manifesto and a way of living that is proposed from the painting and the perspective of an action on social and political reality.
Javiera da Fonseca, originally from Chile, lives and works in Mexico for more than two years. His work has been exhibited in cities such as Vancouver, Toronto, Seattle, New York, San Francisco, Boca Raton, Palm Beach, Miami, Mexico City and Santiago.