Press release: A sand sculpture on the seashore. A mound of water, salts and silica. Structures and organisms, bound together. Compacted, collapsing. Corals or silicates. Snails or feldspars. The particular reduced to the collectivity of the grain, of the clast, of the blasto. By the parrot fish hard at work, grazing away. Sieved by its
Press release: “It was a place of strange interferences, of infinite disquiet and melancholy, the eternal residue of some cosmic tragedy.” -Thomas Ligotti To descend into the abject landscape that Paco Chanivet has invoked in Espai13 triggers in the spectator what in literary terms is known as katabasis: a descent into the underworld, into horror.
Press release: The notion of history as a chain of events that make up the past, capable of being isolated and arranged in a historical narrative, fails to contemplate the movement of time of the historical process. Francesco Arena’s research is centred around ways of thinking about temporality, by revealing irruptions in the course of
Press release The Blueproject Foundation presents “Bei mir geht es in den Keller hoch”, the first personal exhibition of the artist David Ostrowski in Spain that can be seen in the Sala Project from July 14th to October 1st, 2017. The exhibition allows the visitors to discover the pictorial work of the artist, presenting a selection
Press release: For On Fold, Christoph Weber’s second solo exhibition at ProjecteSD, he proposes a new body of sculptures, where the artist’s known ability to defy the quality of the materials he works with and his interest in the process-based approach to art are clearly evidenced. Far from being a literal explanation to what the
Press release: You’re just in time. I hope finding the way to the factory wasn’t too hard. You probably oriented yourself using the GPS on your smartphone. Your tablet’s touchscreen is an inter-dimensional portal connecting faraway spaces and times. The technology it consists of contains a dozen rare earths —chemical elements such as dysprosium, europium,
Press release: The Green Parrot presents Wild Things, the last chapter in a trilogy of exhibitions that brings together topics related to design, economy and sociology in an attempt to understand the shifting dynamics of human-object relationships. Starting from The World of Interiors, which was followed by Unforeseen Changes, the three shows have reflected on