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born in mexico, ilsse peredo is a multidisciplinary visual artist based in miami. she blends the mediums of photography, ceramics and installations to explore the depths and intricacies of the human experience. her artistic journey is a captivating exploration of emotion, identity and connection in an increasingly fragmented world. her works act as catalysts for conversations about the human experience, inviting viewers to reflect on their own stories and connect with the stories of others.
her photographs serve as a visual narrative, inviting viewers to embark on an introspective journey and reflect on their own personal stories. ilsse’s artistic vision is grounded in her belief that photography serves as a powerful tool for social commentary and cultural documentation. through her art, she strives to amplify the voices of the marginalized, shedding light on societal issues, taboos and challenging preconceived notions.
peredo’s ceramic reflects her deep connection to her mexican roots, spirituality, and a profound exploration of the human experience. her ceramic creations embody a tactile manifestation of the human experience. working with clay as her medium, she sculpts forms that are at once delicate and robust, the physicality of existence. her ceramic works speak to the fragility and resilience of the human spirit, reminding us of our capacity to endure and evolve.
ilsse’s art is a platform for resistance, a tool for liberation, and a window into an alternate reality.
through her work, she invites the viewers to embrace their own spiritual journeys, to reconnect with their roots, and to honor the healing power of creating. her pieces speak to the universal longing for connection, self-discovery, and the transformative power of art to illuminate the human experience.