Brain made Art - by Rubén Lorca - be artist be art

Brain made Art – by Rubén Lorca

 

Rubén Lorca is a great and different spanish artist, with a design, illustration and fine arts educational background. Rubén Lorca develops his work in three fields, illustration, photography and street art. Along the series we will see his artworks and also his performance as street artist.

Brain made Art – by Rubén Lorca

www.rubenlorca.com

 

Brain made Art - by Rubén Lorca - be artist be art
Brain made Art – by Rubén Lorca

 

 

His mission as an artist is to stimulate and enliven the senses. He always tries to raise awareness through his work, in what He believes is a largely lethargic society. He uses images as bait to attract the viewer’s attention, inviting discussion questions and answers. Once the observer has taken the bait, much, of his task is done and the observer is compelled to respond.

*Addapted from Ruben Loca words.

 

 

Brain made Art - by Rubén Lorca - be artist be art
Brain made Art – by Rubén Lorca

 

Rubén Lorca:

I see art primarily as a form of expression, a need just like breathing or feeding. A tool that allows me to turn thoughts into illustrations. I try to create images that attract the viewer’s attention, suggesting an idea that may be the seed of a judgment or verdict by the observer.

My works are open speeches, and this is an interesting point, is complicated that two subjects can give a similar opinion on what they see and there is no one conclusion is more valid than the other.

Rubén Lorca

 

 

Brain made Art - by Rubén Lorca - be artist be art
Brain made Art – by Rubén Lorca

 

 

Rubén is not only creating art, illustrations or drawings, He gives special character to the protagonists of his artworks, calling them “inhabitants”.

Here is why He does this:

 

I like the idea of referring to the protagonists of my works as “inhabitants”, they are isolated and autonomous bodies floating in an aseptic space, devoid of references and do not compete with other elements for the viewer’s attention. Many of them are hybrids and have animal characteristics, highlighting the wild nature of human beings, their bestiality.
The way I see fantasy or surrealism, is not a way to avoid or reject reality, rather it is a different and unique method to approach it.

Rubén Lorca

 

 

Brain made Art - by Rubén Lorca - be artist be art
Brain made Art – by Rubén Lorca

 

Brain made Art – by Rubén Lorca

www.rubenlorca.com

 

 

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