The aesthetics of zero waste
Jaime devoted the first twenty years of his career to functional metal work in San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina. Since 2006 he is focused on the creative reuse of metal, stone, wood and glass. He specifically retrieves silverware, which in combination with other found objects give way to compelling installations, sculptures, insect-like figurines, jewelry, and outdoors décor. Jaime's focus on recycling art honors new beginnings and the aesthetics of zero waste. His work reveals sophisticated craftsmanship aimed at the exhaustion of all the possibilities in reutilizing materials. In Jaime's hands, each residual crack, splinter, or collapsed element derived from the process of art making lends itself to a new beginning. Described as flat sculptures, metal wall-tattoos, post-dumpster revivalism, or wearable foodstuff, Jaime's art is regularly displayed in art galleries, art auctions, crafts fairs, and boutiques throughout Southern California. You may contact him firstname.lastname@example.org
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