Aidee De León (1979, México)
All united in the dissolution of matter
Reflection on the being that is connected to the other, other cultures and therefore all, united in the dissolution of negative paradigms taken as truth. To understand that impermanence is the only absolute truth, the constant change in which we find ourselves. The understanding of impermanence, is a possibility to be people less attached to our present life and, therefore, less unhappy, more willing to live in peace with everyone and with the planet. As the doctor in Buddhist philosophy Ringu Tulku Rimpotché explains, “the great majority of problems in the world come from the idea of permanence. Why do we fight against each other? Why are there so many conflicts between religions, countries …? It is because we believe that situations are lasting and we perceive ourselves as permanent. “
Highlighted visual artist, specialized in multidisciplinary painting, among her studies is the Master’s and Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Arts, at the Faculty of Arts and Design, UNAM, Master Artistic Production and research, in the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona. Since 1998 she has participated in numerous collective exhibitions in Mexico, Europe, Argentina and Asia. Her work has been selected and distinguished in painting contexts. Her most recent alone exhibitions are: “The Transmutation of Matter”, Lux Perpetua Art Center, Merida. “Sub-objetualidades in Deconstruction”, room 1 of the Royal Academy of San Carlos. “Sub objetualidades”, in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid. “Motley-Pleasure”, Museum of Contemporary Art Ateneo of Yucatan (2012).
She stands out among her prizes: Prize Revelation to an Ibero- American Artist, by La Tertulia Ilustrada of Madrid. Production and Research Residence in Kanazawa, Japan. Silver Medal Gabino Barreda, of the Autonomous University of Mexico.
Young Creators Scholarship, (2012-2013) and (2004-2005) FONCA. Research Internship at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University Complutense of Madrid, Collaboration Residency for AICA-México, at the 40th AICA Congress, Revised Critical Review, Paris, France
Her work is found in museums, galleries, institutions, and private collections.