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Julio E. Berroa’s Artist Talk will take place May 19 at AS220 ABORN Gallery 6PM-7:30PM. This event is free and open to the public, Masks are optional but encouraged.
Julio E. Berroa (BER ROH-uh) was born in Salcedo (s-aa-l-s-EH-d-oh), Dominican Republic, Providence resident since 2012. Berroa earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Digital Media Design and a minor in Photography. Berroa has participated in multiple group exhibitions with his advanced photography class, was awarded a scholarship, and participated in a group exhibition at the Providence Art Club. Berroa was an Andrew W. Mellon interned in Creative Production at the RISD Museum in summer 2020.
Words by the artist – METACHROMATIC is a representation of New Age Art
We aim to frighten the traditionalist.
METACHROMATIC is an ode to industry.
METACHROMATIC is a blend between the artificial and the natural.
METACHROMATIC is delicate and intricately detailed.
METACHROMATIC is bold and dynamic.
METACHROMATIC is fueled by the constant challenges of the digital artist.
METACHROMATIC is an experience.
METACHROMATIC is not computer screensavers.
METACHROMATIC is not cheating at art.
METACHROMATIC is not a computer doing the work for me.
METACHROMATIC is a challenge for the traditionalists and formalists of the art world. Challenging the beliefs of Traditional Art set by white men. Igniting a movement for change. To adapt, learn, unlearn, and experiment.