viernes, 24 de diciembre de 2010

martes, 7 de diciembre de 2010

Naturell Diorama- Homo ludens

Museo Figari, MVD, UR. Viernes 17 de diciembre 19:00hs

sábado, 18 de septiembre de 2010

Mediations Biennale_ Skin: xp-xp

Enrique Aguerre.

Badaró Performance

Gustavo Tabáres

Soledad Capurro


A.Turell.(detail) + Cozzi (video)

martes, 7 de septiembre de 2010

miércoles, 25 de agosto de 2010

Arsenal Municipal Gallery, POZnan, Poland

It owes its name to the city arsenal which was once located in the northern part of the plot. However, the building was not used as an arsenal until the Polish-Swedish wars. Before that time it served as a retail outlet for linen, most likely the oldest commercial facility in left- bank Poznań. Rebuilt several times (during the Renaissance period by Giovanni Battista di Quadro, who also remodelled the cloth stalls), it yielded to tenement houses in the nineteenth century. The exhibition pavilion was erected during the post-war renovation of the square.

jueves, 19 de agosto de 2010

D.E.N.C Div. Avistamientos A_R.

Lontra longicaudis - Nutria o Lobito de río.

Harpiprion caerulescens - Bandurria Mora.

viernes, 30 de julio de 2010

Mediations Biennale Póznan Polonia

SKIN: Extreme Pleasure, Extreme Pain
Uruguayans send to Mediations, "Skin: Extreme Pleasure, Extreme Pain", which results from the research of the sensitivity of an organ of our body, exposed to the elements of nature, ideology, cultural history and the political body for excellence. South America has its natural skin mix, which is a result of millennia of pre-European, colonial, and modern history. Mythology, racism, slavery, and migration support this amazing fabric that is our skin, and its metaphors.
5 artists and a curator / artist offer to the Polish and international public six different proposals, in which the skin is the protagonist and the axis of an ethical and aesthetic discourse.

Video artists, such as
Enrique Aguerre and Fernando Alvarez Cozzi, propose two different visions, one being a highly political connotation of the recent dictatorial past and the deaths of our compatriots in our waters, and the other being the skin as a geography of scientific testing, pathology, and love itself. A skin deep homage to other artists that are displayed in the center of pain and physical collapse.

creates a double standard: the plotting of the skin of human beings, animals (existing or extinct), with an air of scientific environment such as that of the late nineteenth century, with the idea of skin overlapping wallpaper and furniture. This is a combination of museology with the scientific study of the skin.

Gustavo Tabares, blackness takes over. All the anger and the truth behind the rights of Afro-Uruguayans, which is synchronized with Afro-Brazilian sentiments of today, has been felt since the beginning of five centuries of slavery. This feeling still survives in a land where skin color at one time was an impassable border. As time goes on our society increasingly explores mixtures and exchanges of cultures and ancient rituals.

Soledad Capurro,
a costume designer, makes her animal skin clothes. These are hairless costumes, just the brutal skin of the animal, with its sculptural shape placed over a human form.
, finally, will have a performance for one week. His images will be placed on a giant piece of cloth throughout the exhibition. It will be a great metaphor of our collective skin vs. the individual experiences narrated by visitors of the Biennial.


Enrique Badaró Nadal
Fernando Alvarez Cozzi
Soledad Capurro
Alejandro Turell

sábado, 17 de julio de 2010

Fernando de Noronha visitado por el D.E.N.C 9-13/7/2010.

Latitude 030 45´S e 030 57´S; Longitude 0320 19´W e 0320 41´W