Participatory space. A Natural Archive

A Natural Archive is an organic space that explores nature as a meeting point between Joan Miró, Paul Klee and the Fundació Joan Miró, the latter being a place of confluence, relationship and welcome. Elements of the material universe and physical and vital phenomena are articulated in a series of stimuli and games that invite participation and presence. The archive is configured as an ordered landscape that is nurtured and transformed by the interactions, experiences and records generated during its lifetime.

A proposal by Teresa Rubio within the framework of the exhibition Paul Klee and the Secrets of Nature.

Index of the natural archive:

  1. This used to be a forest. Reading point and rest.
  2. Pond of light. Aquatic medium to make collage.
  3. Bark and atmosphere. Solid and gaseous layer of the planet where the living beings live in interdependence: the kinship and possible stories are infinite.
  4. Moonlight. Reflex of solar light to the Earth at night.
  5. Undergrowth. Plant community under construction.
  6. Garden. Domesticated nature at the Fundació Joan Miró.
  7. Compost. From the Latin "put together": compilation and decomposition of the activities of the public program of the exhibition Paul Klee and the secrets of nature.
  8. Spore. Dispersion and survival.

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From October 21 2022 to February 12 2023, during opening hours.

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