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Marta Rodriguez Maleck

New Orleans, Louisiana

Artist Statement

Marta Rodriguez Maleck's work spans both the personal and political, drawing inspiration from intimate interviews and handwritten letters to broader universal truths and sociological topics.

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Marta Rodriguez Maleck's Portfolio

Marta Rodriguez Maleck, Not Nothing, 2018, mixed media, variable dimensions
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, Parent Teacher Conference, 2018, plastic table and chairs, mp3 player, corded phones, interviews with parents and teachers, Duration : 5 minutes 49 seconds, 66” x 24” x 37”
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, Marvin the Martian, 2018, latex paint, sticker paper, glitter, found student sketch, monitor, headphones, Duration : 3 minutes 20 seconds, 5’ x 6’
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, Banana Phone Gossip, 2017, latex paint, wire, paper, tape, 2 flat screen monitors, Duration : 2 minutes 20 seconds, 12’ x 10’ x 3’
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, Lost but Not Forgotten, 2017, mixed media on wooden structure, 10’ x 7’ x 7’
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, NINE2FIVE Installation, 2016, file folders, paint, mixed media, found furniture, found TV, Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes, 16’ x 8’ x 5’
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, New Orleans 2012-2014, 2016, acrylic and gouache on denim, mp3 player, headphones, 60” x 50”
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, But I Didn’t Mean it Like That Installation, 2017, mixed media, 15’x 8’x 6’
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, But I Didn’t Mean it Like That Performance, 2017, mixed media, Duration : 8 minutes 30 seconds
Marta Rodriguez Maleck, Grumpy Cat, 2017, paper, plastic, foam, metal, latex paint, acrylic, 18” x 15” x 9”

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Artist Biography

Marta Rodriguez Maleck is an installation artist, sculptor, and filmmaker based in New Orleans, LA. With an interest to engage a variety of audiences, Rodriguez Maleck exhibits her work both nationally and internationally. This past year, Rodriguez Maleck's work was published in both 'HISS' magazine and ‘New American Paintings’ and shown at FUTURA – the Contemporary Art Center in Prague, Czech Republic. She continues to show locally at the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the CAC in Atlanta, DIY house shows, and everything in between.



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