Rosa Mesa

Rosa Mesa was born in Canary Islands, Spain. She is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice extend to installations, performance, video and public interventions.
Today her work covers video and sound explorations, drawing, performance and public interventions.

Visible Walls. My work is a project that begins with the unfair named given to the natives people of Antilles as a general misconception, the lack of understanding of western cultures about other cultures. The piece deals with immigration as well as misconceptions. Different paints that referring to ethnic background. It speaks about the consumption of multicultural culture. Also is a piece exploring borders, walls, the inside and outside and the ambivalence of all of them.
Artist Talk: “Creative process; The search in my work” by Rosa Mesa,
in collaboration with Colectivo Toronto - (ares-buzio-piller) at Pix Film Productions, Toronto, Canada.

Exhibition at Soft Art House Gallery and Lennox Contemporary Gallery, Toronto, Canada; in the framework of alucinARTe Festival and at Pix Film Productions, presented by Colectivo Toronto (ares-buzio-piller)