Florencia S.M. Brück was born in Argentina, daughter of german and italian ancestors and raised between Milan, Buenos Aires and Washington D.C., a visual artist whose practice includes painting, film, photography, sculpture, programming languages and music. She is known for works that examine the subjective experience of life and existence by distorting the time continuum and merging it with shape and color in a visual fashion. Rooted in the traditional medium of painting and crossing over into new-media streams, she operates from a distinctly sense of inner spatial recognition, investigating human behavior in the information era and proposing a contemplative model for societal awareness.
“I seek to navigate the confluence of art, awareness and technology. To express and question the tension that exists in the dialogue between the human, the artificial and nature.”
She is a member of the AAMNBA, Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF). Florencia is also involved in helping to develop the art community; she has donated paintings to help in the fundraising of POMO’s Art Center in Argentina.