Houston artist Adela Andea is known for transforming indoor spaces. Her installations create sensory experiences for her viewers. In Arts Brookfield’s latest exhibition, It’s Unreal!, Andea uses LED lights and various recycled plastic materials to provoke a dialogue about the interaction between people and new technologies. Of her “conversations in light,” Andea says, “My work relies on human-made materials to create artificial environments that suggest ‘beauty’ assigned to the natural landscapes or environments. My installations insist on the visual transformation of inorganic into organic matter, and the blending of the organic with geometric.”
Curated by Sally Reynolds.
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May 16 | 4 – 6:30 PM
ABOUT ADELA ANDEA
Born in Romania in 1976, Adela Andea came to the United States in 1999. Her work was included in several exhibitions in California, Pennsylvania, New York and Texas. She graduated Valedictorian and Summa Cum Laude from the Painting program at the University of Houston. She holds a Master in Fine Arts in New Media with a minor in sculpture from the University of North Texas in Denton. She is currently an adjunct professor at Lone Star College and Houston Community College teaching 2D and 3D media, art appreciation and sculpture. She recently completed a permanent installation in the Human Sciences Building at Texas Tech University.