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Ulrik López

The work of Ulrik López (b.1989, México City) is concerned with the exchange and circulation of objects, and their transition from ideas to phenomenons in relation to space.

López understands his practice as that of an amateur forensic, or an archaeologist, that interprets materials and images in order to convey all the coded information they might contain apriori. Through this approach, he treats objects and materials as fossils awaiting interpretation and readings, and therefore uses their capacity to communicate ideas and information, as a vehicle and a foundation for his pieces, addressing issues of perception and representation.


López lives and works in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in Sculpture from Escuela de Artes Plásticas (EAP) in 2013. He is a 2014-2016 grantee of a BBVA Bancomer a Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil fellowship in México City, and has been included in the last two editions of the Muestra Nacional Exhibition in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He had his inagural gallery solo show in the fall of 2015.



Focus On Puerto Rico

Clocktower has partnered with Mana Miami to produce a residency program for Puerto Rican diaspora artists, and/or artists presently living and working in Puerto Rico.