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Rodrigo de Jesús Meneses Gutiérrez

Personal Data:
Academic Degree:  PhD Degree
Institutional Data:
Affiliation: Academic Art Coordination

Office Address: Niño Artillero 150 CP. 78240 San Luis Potosí, SLP
Phone Number: (+52) 4448262300
Ext.: 1241
  1. PhD Degree
    Facultad de Arte y Diseño de la UNAM
  2. Master's Degree in Constancia del Centro Universitario de Ingles de la UASLP, Comprensión de textos de Ingles
    Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí

Within his formal approaches I have researched expanded art, installation and performance. My work reflects on multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, looking at historical research methodologies and psychology conceptual approaches of their work process and visual files.


The exploration of emotions and their relationship with the human body has been one of the main pillars of the research that I have been developing as an artist since 2003. The last artistic research project addresses the relationship between emotions and the body from the rational, material dimensions , and symbolic-spiritual. The objective was the analysis of the "rational behavior" of emotions and the ways in which external factors determine the behavior of people; In the same way, it was examined how artistic production arises from the approach of cognitive reasoning.


Currently I investigate the performance with the destruction of objects is the central element. The physical and emotional movement allows the interaction between the interior unconscious contents, and their physical materialization from the action of the body. After performing the action and putting into practice the artistic methodology, I found that the action and the installation were registers and the artistic object was an ephemeral energetic sculpture.

Personal Researchs Interest
  1. Contemporary art
  2. Expanded art, installation and performance
  3. Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, between art and methodologies of psychology