Fiction is a Reality Yet to Happen
Fiction is a Reality Yet to Happen is an essay-exhibition by Ana Garcia-Pineda that revolves around drawing and narrative, combining various concepts: the theory of possible worlds, the notion of truth in fiction, and the study of the real through the unreal.
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Every object is a temporal space
By means of the selective manipulation of images, texts, sounds, and objects associated with the creation and transmission of knowledge, Nicolás Lamas opens up a critical debate on the collective mechanisms that shape common perceptions and generate our shared imaginary.
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Plural being: I am the others, the others are me
Plural Being. I am the Others, the Others are Me reflects the constant search for calm in a hectic society. Through a theme park scenario, the exhibition attempts to answer a series of questions about the times we live in, the things we yearn for, and the rewards we expect in return for our day-to-day efforts.
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Picture yourself as a block of melting butter
Eva Fàbregas takes us into the world of material culture through an immersive, all-enveloping installation that explores the production of feelings and subjectivity in relation to consumer objects.
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As part of the exhibition programme One Foot Out, Adrià Julià presents Hot Iron, a project based on a photographic archive compiled by Ramon Julià Alemany (1908-1994), who catalogued 556 Romanesque churches, most of them in Catalonia, between the 1950s and the 1990s. Using this archive as a springboard, Adrià Julià draws on extensive research and various conceptual strategies to explore the notion of transfer and the effects of the economic transactions involved in cultural imports and exports.
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Fruit Belt explores the notion of the extreme domestication of nature through the natural respiration process of apples and a series of "post-harvest" technologies designed to delay the deterioration of fruit.
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