Isauro Huizar: The origin arises from the boundaries

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Isauro Huizar: The origin arises from the boundaries

Isauro Huizar: The origin arises from the boundaries
to Sat 28 Jul 2018

Chalton Gallery in alliance with KRSTO presents the first solo exhibition in UK by the Mexican artist Isauro Huizar: El origen proviene de los límites. (The origin arises from the boundaries.)

When discussing the fair division of territorial portions, the limit usually acts as a determinant, provided mainly for it to distinguish the amount of space that a certain location occupies. Maybe everything we think, that is so solid and real, is our reality, and in fact, mostly space. Empty space, oscillating, filled transitorily by our random and chaotic humanity.

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Limit is a term derived from the Roman word “limes” and refers, in general, to an established point, either physically or psychologically and that cannot be traversed. Normally, the connotation of this word lies in the use given in the geographical field, in addition to that which involves the implementation of lines or situations that should not be overcome under any circumstances. When speaking of the equitable division of territorial portions, the limit usually acts as a determinant, provided mainly so that the amount of space occupied by a certain location can be distinguished. Establishing an initial limit, the dimensions of the support, results in a space.

We could consider that this space behaves in three dimensions on axes and understand it as volume. When starting to divide into diagonals according to their initial vertices, a new central vertex results that helps us to obtain new orthogonal divisions and new vertices successively. Once the first orthogonal and diagonal axes are polarized, new limits are created that keep the same original geometry of the support, these new limits are smaller, a smaller iteration. Respecting this sequence and progressing from the limits towards the center, we can hypothetically advance infinitely and obtain a fractal grid.

It is interesting to note that each of these limits defines an identical center that arises from the original boundary. This new geometric object is engraved between the finite and infinite systems that when found, create the conditions for the limits that we consider to a certain extent as absolute limits of the finite. That is, if we relocate new limits outside the object, the system is updated, the grid is extended and our perception of space increases. However, even more interesting is to observe that we could never escape or leave the first limit that was established, then within the context of a finite space an infinite amount of information has been integrated, an infinite number of divisions.

Possibly the most important discovery is not a new reduced space and its own limits, but to find the fundamental pattern of division, to try to understand reality. This sequence is perhaps the key to the divisions of space that produce our existence.

What connects all things in the support? What connects all things in reality? What is everywhere? What is the total unit? Perhaps it is necessary to fix attention on space itself. Space is everywhere, it is between the galaxies, it is between the universes, it is probably between the stars and the planets. Even at the atomic level the space is extremely large, the atomic structure of all our reality is constructed of 99.99999 …% space. Maybe everything we think, that is so solid and real, that we think it is our reality, is in fact, mostly space. Empty space, oscillating, filled transitorily by our random and chaotic humanity.

Courtesy of the artist and Chalton Gallery, London
 
 

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