WHY WE DOWHAT WE DO

Geovanna Gonzales

Born in Los Angeles, California.
BFA from Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA.
Lives and works in Miami, Florida and Berlin Germany.

GeoVanna Gonzalez is Pulp’s first Visual Artist in Residence. From Dec. 2018 through Jan. 2019, she collaged and moodboarded, conducted material studies, dialed in her 3D rendering skills, and learned mig welding. In order to provide opportunities for cross-discipline collaboration and support, her residency ran concurrently with Nicole Miglis’, Pulp’s first Recording Artist in Residence.

GeoVanna left Pulp at the end of January with a fully-realized exhibition proposal and welded prototype:

In this modernist take on a classic French design, GeoVanna Gonzalez explores a contemporary queer interpretation of the tete-a-tete. The modular structures’ endless orientations aims to honor the intersectional realities of our identities. The discrete, somewhat undercover, intimacy meeting point with its completely open design likens itself to a declaration. It is not about feeling ashamed or in hiding, and there is also no need to justify one's self.

GeoVanna Gonzales

Geovanna Gonzales

Born in Los Angeles, California.
BFA from Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA. Lives and works in Miami, Florida and Berlin Germany.

GeoVanna Gonzalez is Pulp’s first Visual Artist in Residence. From Dec. 2018 through Jan. 2019, she collaged and moodboarded, conducted material studies, dialed in her 3D rendering skills, and learned mig welding. In order to provide opportunities for cross-discipline collaboration and support, her residency ran concurrently with Nicole Miglis’, Pulp’s first Recording Artist in Residence.

GeoVanna left Pulp at the end of January with a fully-realized exhibition proposal and welded prototype:

In this modernist take on a classic French design, GeoVanna Gonzalez explores a contemporary queer interpretation of the tete-a-tete. The modular structures’ endless orientations aims to honor the intersectional realities of our identities. The discrete, somewhat undercover, intimacy meeting point with its completely open design likens itself to a declaration. It is not about feeling ashamed or in hiding, and there is also no need to justify one's self.