''Fragility of Culture in a Disposable World', explores themes of heritage, tradition, loss and the reclaimed. In her beautiful works of oil painting, paper mache and interactive sculpture, Chad balances the synthetic with the organic and draws our attention to stillness and movement. Inviting us to reflect on how culture survives in a throwaway society.'
Senior Librarian Manager
Leeds Central Library
'Beyond the anthropological and archaeological research, it's a piece of art.'
Cristián León - Cultural attaché
The Embassy of Chile, London
'Beautiful artwork and very well installed.'
Ignacio Valdés - Chilean Artist
Decorative Arts Museum December 2016
'Your artworks unveil
the naivety of truth.'
Cristián Abelli - Chilean Artist
'Artwork that tries to
gather new and
Bene Tuki - Easter Island Sculptor
Aukara Gallery April 2016
'You achieved in transforming Rapa Nui rough icons into stylized elements to decorate a woman's body.'
Alberto Hotus Chávez
Chairperson of the Council of elders in Rapa Nui
'We are thankful for supporting us to preserve our Rapa Nui heritage. I've spent all my life doing this.'
Cristián Arévalo Pakarati
Graphic Designer & Co-director of the EISP
'Earth eyes, five elements fusion: fire, soil, metal, water, wood. Creation and divine harmony'
Juan Carlos Araki - Easter Island Sculptor Aukara Gallery April 2016