CINTA VIDAL – Community

Screenprint, 15 layers
Old Mill Paper, 300 g.
50 x 50 cm, 2024

In collaboration with 56Fili

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Cinta Vidal

CINTA VIDAL’s interest in the world of art comes from a young age and when she was 16 she started working at the Castells y Planas Scenography Workshop in Santa Agnés de Malañanas. There the artist learned painting and large-scale mural techniques, working on commissions from operas and theaters around the world. She studied illustration at the Massana School in Barcelona. The weightlessness of the elements and the defiance of the laws of perspective became her elements of identity: “We live the spaces we live in from our unique vision, which may have nothing to do with the vision of the “other.” Multiplying gravity allows her to express that there are many possible perceptions of our environment. The everyday can contain common places, but also many abysses. And I am always surprised by the capacity that we humans have to experience uncertainty calmly and with a certain indifference.” In 2015, Vidal held her first solo exhibition at the Miscelánea gallery (Barcelona). Since then she has worked exclusively on creating her own work. She has participated in exhibitions and art fairs in London, Miami, New York, Hawaii, Atlanta, San Francisco or Los Angeles. Vidal has also collaborated with art galleries, such as Spoke Arte Gallery (San Francisco), Arte Project Gallery (Hong Kong), Long Beach Museum (Los Angeles) or Beinart Gallery (Australia). At the Thinkspace Gallery (Los Angeles) she have held several exhibitions and numerous works.  She has painted murals in countries such as China, Japan, Hawaii or the United States. Last year she made 5 murals in Europe: Portugal, Italy, Germany and Denmark. Her work has been used in newspaper articles, book covers, children’s books, puzzles or in cultural dance centers, among others. Recently, British new wave music group Tears for Fears have used his work for their latest album (2022).

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Cinta Vidal participated in the residency programme at Varsi Lab in Rome. During her residency, the artist collaborated with 56 Fili Studio, exploring screen printing technique for the first time. She worked on both limited edition and one-off pieces, demonstrating her meticulous and eye-catching approach to composition.

Cinta’s unique style, which blends surrealism, architecture is presented in her series called ‘Community’. This series includes a 15-layer coloured silkscreen print on paper in an edition of 60 and a special wood panel print in an edition of 10, with hand-painted final details.

This work reflects Vidal’s ability to master a new medium and create a new approach to her composition. It explores how an individual’s perspective can differ from their surroundings, having the ability to traverse life itself.

“I loved the art residency in Varsi. It was exciting to make my first silkscreen print. Working with layers is very challenging and new for me, it is a much more methodical process than I am used to. And I learnt that planning and discipline are key. Thanks to Maestro Arturo (56Fili), I have discovered a whole new universe of possibilities and I can’t wait to experiment more!”

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