Colectivo Moriviví group was founded on April, 2013. The group’s mission is to develop urban art accessible to all peoples, produce more art with social responsibility that projects the act of existing as both positive and diverse; offering in each work of art a point of view with a universal content, which serves to convene the exchange of ideas between people, and nurture the sense of community.
The group believes that for artists, particularly painters, it’s hard to produce a piece with others. “Our most admirable achievement has been creating pieces where many hands intervened but have an overall integrity in their style and content. This started as an inside process in the collective and now we have found ways to open the participation to community members, that don’t always believe they are capable of producing art,” they say.