“Eat My Art” Stefanie Renoma at Gallery 212 in Wynwood, Miami

January 2, 2016 by Laura Gomez


Welcoming Stefanie Renoma at Miami Gallery 212 in Wynwood!

Her work is in itself hermaphrodite, tinged with autobiography and dark rock ‘n’ roll. For Stefanie Renoma, desire is more mental than physical and those asexual bodies are playing a shell game between heavy femininity and hidden masculinity. She remained very influenced by the eroticism of that time and her message of freedom refers to the mirrors as introspection of desire. The works of Stefanie Renoma are the reflections of our dreams, our innocent life where everybody can be what they want to be, exposed to others. She wants to talk about the experience of oneself facing one’s most intimate double.

Interview “Eat My Art” by Stefanie Renoma

Name: Stefanie Renoma

Age: too young to be true

Birthday: 18th of december

College: haven’t been that much

Favorite Color: red, as black is not a color

Favorite Book: Steve toldz ” a fraction of the wholec”

Favorite Movie: David Lynch’s movies are a true inspiration

Favorite Food: any kind that my body doesn’t like

Favorite Quote: “je n’aime pas les hommes, j’aime ce qui les dévore” André Gide

Why are you an artist, and when did you first become one? artist means freedom, and in that occurrence, i can say i feel myself as an artist, doing what i like, and when i like, bringing dreams and relief to the others, trying to move lines as much as i can, let people open themselves to beauty and humor.

Could you tell us some more about your art? My mean of expression is photography and short videos, i like it because of its instantaneous ability to tell a story and play a game with the model and I. Each time is a third type encounter that will last, a personal resonance.

What inspires you to work? encounters and confluences, some people i meet are just incredible when you feel this reciprocation of energy.

You seem to use a lot of symbols in your work. Do your works tell stories or are they simply decorative elements of the project?
each serie of picture tells its own story and hide in itself message embodied by the symbols.

What famous artists have influenced you, and how? Guy Bourdin, Miles Aldriges, for their humor, colors and fancy

What other interests do you have outside of art? I love food and workout, and disguise myself even in daylight.

What are your next projects? very excited with the next exhibition in Bangkok in March 2016 and in Paris in April 2016.


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2407 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33127

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