KinMx (aka Kathrina Rupit) comes from Mexico and now lives in Dublin, Ireland.
Technique: She uses an array of mediums such as spray paints, newspaper collage, urban markers, to assemblage of cardboard, door parts and even Popsicle sticks. She is influenced by her Mexican roots, addressing social issues such as pollution, discrimination, injustice and embracing a culture without the curse of violence.
Exposure: She has a studio in “The Chocolate Factory creative community” in Dublin, and is collaborating with many galleries, events, festivals and projects in Latin America as well as different countries in Europe.
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Photos SAM Miami festival by Loic Ercolessi. Photo SAM UN Exhibition by PhotoNoggin. Other photos @KinMx