Description - The Subjects by Marti Manen
Cabello/Carceller presents a situation in which several characters dismantle its layers and show the uncertainty as an attitude. Pepo Salazar questions what a work art is and what is out of the work. Francesc Ruiz recovers lost characters from popular culture. Includes interviews with Montserrat Aguer (Director of the Center for Dali Studies from the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation), Manuel Borja-Villel (director of Centro Reina Sofia National Museum of Art), Vicente Todoli (director at Tate Modern when it presented the exhibition Dali & Film) and Paul B. Preciado (philosopher and queer activist, Program Director of the MACBA Independent Studies). Helena Cabello (Paris, 1963) and Ana Carceller (Madrid, 1964) have collaborated since the early 1990s, creating work that questions modes of representation. Francesc Ruiz (Barcelona, 1971) generates complex narratives through his appropriation of print media. Pepo Salazar (Vitoria, 1972) mixes artistic creation with an infinite number of layers, defining systems of approach that are demanding for both viewers and participants.
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(230mm x 155mm x 23mm)
Publisher: Turner Ediciones
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