Rodrigo Martí is a Mexican-Canadian artist working between sculpture, performance, and drawing. Along with fellow artist Julian Higuerey Núñez, he will be launching a new funding system focusing on bringing local patrons and artists together, and funding experimental and challenging art works in unexpected places. Rodrigo received his MFA in Public Practice from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, CA, and is based in Toronto.
Rodrigo's art practices focuses on communality and forms of shared ecstasy. His 'barricade sculpture workshop' project is a collaborative participatory sculpture which erects and demolishes walls of 'stuff' within public and private spaces as an expression and embodiment of collective power.
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