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12-part series that explores the changing production model by which the old Tabacalera factory became the current International Cultural Centre.
This collective exhibition, curated by Juan Canela, questions the role of magic, ritual and the irrational in relation to nature in the Anthropocene period.
Adrià Julià uses a collection of photographs of Romanesque churches, the circulation and traffic of works, of the spectacularisation of conflict and landscape as a foundation to recover the marginal notes that allow us to analyse the coincidences and frictions between historical accounts and media narratives.
Miguel Ángel Balliache
Topographies. Sunday: Guided Visist. Family workshops
With a poetic tone, The I Mine approaches the act of writing history through real historical people who perform as fictional characters and vice-versa in an experimental narrative about our relationship with language and the different notions of truth.