Art / Calligraphy / Site Specific / Installation / Street Art / Murals
Public Digital Art Screening in Brazil
Calligraphic Illuminated Glass Sculpture
Artist residency at the Tec de Monterrey for the exhibition 'Attentar desde los códigos' under the curatorship of Piedad Martínez and Juan Carlos Montes
Said Dokins’ Solo Show at Art Latinou
“Often my work is in constant tension between wild and organic writing and the order of structure, between the legible and the indecipherable, between the visible and the hidden, between the inscription and its erasure”
Said Dokins is a Mexican contemporary artist interested in the displacement of the linguistic sign and its multiple aesthetic possibilities in relation to context and history. His work shakes the language to look at what is underneath its mechanisms for the construction of meaning. Whether on large walls in public space or through installations and sculptures on various supports -which even include the transience of light, with ephemeral pieces suspended in the air, legible only by capturing time- his work creates semantic universes where words are malleable and letters defy alphabetic limitations to weave warps of meaning that link urban space with moments, people, worlds…
Khalid Al Jallafis from United Arab Emirates, and Said Dokins from Mexico, who offered live demos to show the public the origins, transitions, and evolution of calligraphy in both countries.
The visitors had also the opportunity to receive from the artists their names written in Arabic or Latin calligraphy, taking them closer to the Arab and Castellan culture and writing.
United Arab Emirates – Goverment of Sharjah Departament of Culture – Directorate of Cultural Affairs.
Invites to Guadalajara Exhibition Seminar:
Arabic Calligraphy: Its history, its origin and its influence on other cultures with Mexican Artist Said Dokins and Emirati calligraphy artist, Khalid Al Jallaf
30 November 2022 -5:00 p.m
6 impressive works by Said Dokins in which his political position and social commitment stand out. Aware of the power of writing as an act of enunciation, the artist uses this political gesture to make visible the mechanisms of power in specific contexts.
Type: Ink on 300 g Cotton PaperSize: 70 x 50 CentimetersYear: 2019
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