Constanza Briceno was born, raised and educated in Santiago de Chile. Her artistic practice has been inspired by a handwritten calligraphy notebook from childhood.
Constanza has been concerned with how mistakes are perceived and the way society deals with imperfections, creating uniformity and standards for us to live by. The impact of this on our psyche creates a discomfort that, for Briceno, drives an artistic production that aims to show not only the beauty, but the importance of mistakes and imperfections through process and repetition.
She creates these paintings through a process she called methodical disorder and the abstracted structures often recall landscapes and experiences.
Examples of Constanza’s artwork can be viewed at Mobile Art Gallery, 23 Edwin Street, Mt Eden, Auckland