Trigger Finger is a collaborative editorial project by Erik Tlaseca, Rodrigo Treviño and Olmo U. Aguirre.
Toponymies is a series of paintings about dreams; A series of imaginary landscapes to feed the relationship between the visual reality of wakefulness and dreaming.
Polyhedron reflects the importance of selected cultural-religious practices from Mexico that became an important part of the authors inner world from a very young age. Together with “Parabolic”, it shows the core of his experiments using analog photography.
The smoked is a project about the sensation of the extinct. The project sketches the notion of sharing an image of that which is gone.
Cyan is a set of cyanotypes that arises from sketches about “war”. From Maasai lion hunting to space missions, this series is an unfinished landscape on the constant race for conquering…
བར་དོ་ is a collective painting experiment by Miguel Corral, Emilio Gómez & Olmo U. Aguirre. From 2012 to 2014 the three artists worked together in a series of group paintings titled “Cosmogonies”.
Parabolic is a project about city landscapes. Images of the ordinary life. Moments of truthfulness where poetry freezes and “normal life” displays its voidness. Together with “Polyhedron”, it shows the core of his experiments using analog photography.
In this project, Olmo invites artists to collaborate into a series of generative systems for image and sound design.
The Temple ́s Tunnel (TTT) is a media art project by Olmo based on open source platforms and collaborative processes of art production. TTT started as a collaboration project with Ernesto Romero called TTT & the animals.
This is a collection of pieces selected by Olmo out of the high-fires of Red Monkey´s Workshop: Porcelain and stoneware works made by Arif-Arif, Ernesto Díez, Natalia Martínez, Moye Mendoza, Christopher Müeller, Raúl Mugres, Hiroshi Okuno, Maya Sakuma, Rodrigo Treviño, Nicolas Wills and Olmo.