Counted/Uncounted: So You Know Us


Counted/Uncounted: So You Know Us

Counted/Uncounted: So You Know Us

CultureVerse has continued working with Paloma Núñez-Regueiro to help create her ongoing project, Counted/Uncounted: So You Know Us. This growing collection is made up of portraits from people she has interviewed. CultureVerse has then taken these portraits to showcase within a virtual gallery and using audio from those interviewed to create a story driven experience. The virtual gallery also shows images or re-creations of how these portraits have been hung up by Núñez-Regueiro in her other physical gallery shows.

Virtual Gallery

This virtual experience will be a part of Núñez-Regueiro's upcoming physical art show on June 14th at the Ann Arbor Art Center. More info on the event can be found here.

Núñez-Regueiro has previously collaborated with CultureVerse in creating a virtual gallery including more of her portfolio and a scan of her studio, which can be found under our project pages, or by clicking here.

About Paloma Núñez-Regueiro

Paloma Núñez-Regueiro is a Mexican printmaker born in Lima, Peru.

Paloma attended art college in Mexico, where she came face to face with printmaking during her first year at the Facultad de Artes Plásticas (College of Arts) in Xalapa, Veracruz. She became fascinated with the possibilities that printmaking offers, as well as its importance in popular resistance throughout history. In 1997, she transferred to the Rochester Institute of Technology with an International Student Scholarship. A year later she was awarded the Mowris/Mulligan Scholarship Award. In 2000, she earned a BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Presently, Núñez-Regueiro lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan and is a resident artist at Ypsi Alloy Studios, a collective of 16 artists.

Human migration, social in/visibility, the intrinsicness of human-to-human relationships, our desensitized relationship to the universe — this is where Paloma Núñez-Regueiro work finds refuge. Ink and paper tell stories of impermanence and of the experiences of living in far away foreign places. She deals with the overarching subject of starting over with whatever is at hand, and of the rootlessness of those of us who move from place to place. Her artwork is her ritual to make herself fit into oftentimes unwelcoming worlds that she seldom feels that she belongs to.

Touching a gouge to a plate, she strives to help other rootless ones like herself, and those the world deems invisible, find their place too.

Learn more about her work and where she has shown it at her website:

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