“I participated in a New Age Package trip with a group called Mantra. Their goal with this trip to the countryside was to sight UFO's and open a specific energy gate called 11/11. I asked them if I could film the experience and announced to them that I was going to travel with them dress up as a fat man, they said yes. This is not a scripted work the video follows for 2 days the experience as it occurred.”
Eduardo Navarro lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he was born in 1979. Between 2003 and 2005 he studied at the “Program for the visual arts C.C.R.R.” at Buenos Aires with Guillermo Kuitca. In 2005 he participated in exhibitions such as “Civilisacion y Barbarie, Argentinos Contemporaneos” which traveled to: Panama Museo del Canal Interoceanico, Santiago de Chile Museum of contemporary Art, Museum Sofía Imber, Venezuela, Museum of Modern Art Carlos Merina, Guatemala. In 2006 he participated at the opening of the Blatom museum, in Austin Texas. This same year he received a UBS Art Scholarship/Individual grant Program for emerging artists, and during this summer he studied at the Skowhegan School of painting. In 2007 he was invited to develop a project at Aspex Contemporary, UK and participate in ‘"From Confrontation to Intimacy" American Society NY NY. In his practice Navarro works with drawings, installations, and sculpture.
He Invites specific groups of people to develop their practice in spaces he creates. His work is guided by the group conditions, this dialogue materializes in different experiences, formats and results. He chooses to work with groups that have a particular characteristic in society, groups that in most cases are written off by majorities but have a strong belief in themselves.