"A character with her face covered by a red cloak and her body wrapped in a white blanket forming a peculiar geometric configuration, stands in the middle of a berm dividing a heavily traveled road; her dehumanized silhouette ripples in the wind. Her reckless quietness defies the street's agitation and violence.
Another character, this time with her face uncovered, standing on the shore of the sea, evokes a sort of strange bishop or a surreal image of a nun. The character spits milk in a gesture with maternal, sexual and confrontational overtones, swims into the sea and disappears from our sight.
In this briefly described video-performance, Bazo's characters are also abstract forms, symmetrical figures whose silhouette mark their actions. In a way, the forms themselves "perform." Bazo alludes to sewing, design and behavioral patterns. Each form limits the possibilities of action: it limits or facilitates certain movements and responses to the environment. In that sense, rather than hiding, her characters."
Max Hernandez, curator.
1988 - 1993 Pontificia University Catolica of Peru / Faculty of fine arts, Bachelor in Painting
1993 - 1998 Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Munchen / Prof. Weisshar.
2019 Forum Gallery, Lima / "Sin Fronteras"
2019 Escuela Militar de Chorrillos, Lima / Art Lima- 0-Art Project
2019 Grand Palais, Paris / Art Paris-Project Room, Curator: Valentina Locatelli
2018 Scope Miami / Miami 0-Aft Project
2018 Galeria Cecilia Gonzalez Arte Contemporaneo, Lima / Gallery Weekend
2018 La Rural, Buenos Aires / BA Photo 0-Art Project
2018 MAC Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Lima / Parc-O-Art Project
2018 Scope Basel / Basel 0-Art Project
2017 Scope Miami / Miami X-Change Art
2017 Forum Gallery, Lima / Colectiva
2017 Escuela Militar de Chorrillos, Lima / Art Lima - Cede Gallery
2017 Cede Gallery, Lima / Muestra de arte contemporaneo 'Transversal'
2016 TEA, Tenerife / Espacio de las Arles - Sala de Proyecciones. Festival Espacio Enter Artechmedia Canarias 'Introspective' 2016 Cede Gallery, Lima / Solo Show 'Patrones'
2016 Andrew Feedman Gallery, New York / Bienal Latinoamericana del Bronx