Cali, Colombia, 1987
Felipe Bedoya reflects on the displacement and occupation of his living space; The artist starts from the observation and photographic record of groups of people in various situations. Individuals are associated with routine work that is always delimited by areas assigned in the public space.
Line, distance and emptiness are the compositional basis for creating a system of relationships subordinate to grids and sets. Bedoya uses repetition, patterns, isolation, division and grouping as tools to invite the viewer to interpret the microcosm of diverse characters that interact with each other and their surroundings.
In the assembly of the works, the uniqueness of each piece is put into dialogue with the geometric multiplicity of its reading as a whole.