Dina González Mascaró lives and works in Vancouver. Trained as a sculptor in her native Argentina, DGM works in an -open space - overlap space - non place- between the art and design world. It is within that gap where González Mascaró displays her (always three-dimensional) view of things… expressed in works where structure, rubble, architecture are present.
“Sometimes even if the plan is going very well …the technique, the craft thing, the mistakes take over the piece and it is in those moments where you need to be ‘present’ because it is in that moment where you learn, where the doors open to a big world of new pieces… This important act of being ‘present’ is what leads to some of the most interesting results…then you can see that work and “read it”, understand it, even use that proven mistake and make it “science” or your new technique."
DGM’s body of work oscillates between scales and between art - jewellery - sculpture - furniture.