Alejandra Laviada lives and works in Mexico City. Her work explores the shifting place of photography relative to other art disciplines such as painting and sculpture. To achieve this, she often creates interdisciplinary images, such as photographing self-made installations. Each project occupies a different part of Mexico City on the verge or in the process of being demolished and redeveloped. Laviada creates ‘interventions’ using only objects found on site, and then documents them on camera. In 2010, she received an honorable mention at the twelfth annual Photography Biennial in Mexico. [...]
"Im from mexico is really pretty anyways this art is soooo pretty i liked that she was very creative with the art.this art remins me of the grades i get some times.hahahahahaha"
"The "Formation Of Thought" seems to me a good comment on the way most of us try to make sense of our world. Our first thoughts are non-verbal and we have to try and express them through verbal means -"
"I love "Formation of thought", it's exactly how thoughts feel in my head sometimes... all scrambled up waiting to be sorted out into a cohesive thought..."
"Not genius but interesting and clever."