Ingrid Elizabeth Martínez Buendía
Her artistic practice inhabits different themes, from realism to abstraction, and is spun by an almost obsessive desire to explore the nature of materials as a task inherent to the work for its two or three-dimensional presentation. And in her work as a marble sculptor, she always alludes to the nature and anatomy of things by regularly thinking about architecture. She taught portrait modeling in free workshops at the San Carlos Academy, Unam. She was a sculptor at Wax Museum at CDMX. Co-founder of the independent publication on Art & Science PINGÜICA. Installed a sculpture in Tlacotalpan, Veracruz on World Heritage Sites in Mexico. Participated in an art symposium in Majdanpek, Serbia. She has participated in collective and individual exhibitions, South Korea, Prague Czech Republic, Kobe Design University in Japan, Belgrade Serbia, CDMX, Xalapa, Veracruz and Monterrey. She made a documentary about the pre-Hispanic era of Texcoco.