Mery Godigna Collet, born in Caracas Venezuela, 1959, has participated in 34 solo and 40 group exhibitions in Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, New York, Miami, New Mexico and Texas.
As her thinking on the visual arts evolved, her ideas and attitude on how to approach art has changed. Her interest in ecological matters has grown and the "concept" has become the "nuclei" of her work. The concept and the technique run parallel though morphogenesis principles, as the artist acts as an “activator” producing a cause in the unconventional materials she uses. The final “consequence” allows her to reach her goal: Portraying the subject with the subject. In her works, she shows a tendency to minimalism where the only statement is a call to reflection.
Mery Godigna Collet's artistic proposal is based on 4 research projects involving new techniques that reveal ways "concepts" translate through "matter." Matter, Time, and Space (Materia, Tiempo, y Espacio) 1997, Done with Fibers (Hecho con Fibra) 2003, Metallic Light (La Luz Metalica) 2006, Extra Virgin Petrus Oil, 2008
Her works are at the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Zulia (MACZUL) in Venezuela, the Galleria D'Arte Moderno Aroldo Bonzagni di Cento (Italy), the Quai Branly Museum, Latin American Art Museum and Petroleum Museum in Texas. She has exhibited at the Art Gallery of Siderurgica del Orinoco, the Museum of Discurso de Agostura in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, the Centro Romulo Gallegos of Latin American Studies (CELARG) and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas, Venezuela. Monument Museum "La Rocca" in Cento, Italy, the Museum Pallazo Estense (Italian branch of the Hermitage Museum St. Petersburg), the Centre D'Art Puyguerin-Vayolles, Monts sur Guesnes, France and the Museum of the Americas in Miami, USA.