Lotty Rosenfeld

Santiago, Chile 1943

Chilean visual artist, born in Santiago in 1943.

The development of the social reality that frame our routines became the physical foundations of my creative interventions. To this purpose, from 1979 to date, I use a traffic sign as a prime analogical model. I intervene the white lines that divide the lanes of a highway, modifying them materially by generating another sign, the sign + that I formed by inter-crossing two lines: the first imposed by a social regulation code while the second was proposed by Art as a sign of transgression.
Introducing “crisis” within an arbitrary order, the work stimulates individuals to rethink his/her uncritical submission to conventional codes, thus breaking the supposedly “natural” nature of signs.

She was part of the Generation of ’70 , and ligated to the Advanced Scene . In 1979 she made his first action with the group CADA, the group made a strong inflection in the history of national art.

Lotty Rosenfeld work linked at its inception to etching took then weighing under the Pinochet dictatorship the course of recorded on film productions consisting operations principally in the public space to question childlist means symbolically political status and institutional rigidity.

Lotty Rosenfeld has made art actions in different cities like Santiago , Washington, and New York Nuava Delhi , Kassel, La Habana,  among others. Rosenfeld has multiple awards for local review and especially in the international art circuit . It has been part of a lot of solo and group exhibitions in countries such as Brazil, Spain , Cuba , Australia , Canada, Argentina. She exhibited at the Museo del Barrio, MoMa in New York, Museo de Sevilla. In addition he has participated as a guest artist in Documenta Kassel Germany 2007. Her works are part of important collections such as the Museum Reina Sofia in Spain, Museo del Barrio, MOMA in New York, and At The TATE Gallery in London.