In Red-Hot Ramos negotiates her position in society. As a woman of a certain age, Ramos comes to terms with her own reproductive abilities. She positions herself as an artist within this narrative and her ongoing imperative to bring creatie thought to month, Ramos took on this ritualistic action of creation and destruction. In producing Red-Hot, Ramos places herself front and center in conversations around female empowerment-as a woman, in control of her body, her voice, and her own destiny. Time is up. Ramos demands we read the writing on the wall.
Deputy Director / Chief Curator at Dallas Contemporary
“Show Me, Yapci Ramos’s first solo exhibition in the Canary Islands, after twenty years of practice, includes some of her most outstanding audiovisual and photographic works made between 2005 and 2018. The title of the show speaks of a subtle exercise in exhibitionism in which Ramos, through the stories and lives of other people and of herself, explores self-knowledge in search of answers to the construction of identity, sexuality (…)”
Exhibition curator at TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes