Meseta

Monumental mural painting
Art collective Equipo Plástico
Manzanares, Ciudad Real, Spain
July 2019

Mural painted as part of Titanes project curated by Ink and Movement, Laborvalía y la Diputación de Ciudad Real.

Funambuls

Casal Solleric
Passeig del Born 27, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
April 2018

Curated by Jordi Pallarès

Mouldings:

Palma is full of architectural and decorative elements as interesting as they are peculiar. The artist select some of them to reproduced the space they generate cutting the three-dimensional negative space of these geometric fragments. They are shapes that one could easily touch and perfectly recognize with his finger. Wooden mouldings that the artist makes us locate and fit in while we discover others. A different look on the city aesthetic.

Rub:

One of the smallest street in the city has been intervened by the artist. Blue, red and green. The participants have to find it, rub their black backpacks on it and impregnate them with these colors. A dust that they will release immediately on the exhibition space walls with another body rub. A loading and downloading exercise where the contact of the body with the wall connects us with the city activity and leave some traces that talk about our presence in it. A subtle collective “pollination” that, beyond the possible accidents, wants to eliminate borders between indoor and outdoor while it gives back respect to the others and towards what’s on our back.

Random Itineraries:

By throwing a dice you can randomly stroll around the city. Randomness leads us into streets that we don’t usualy know while we’re playing and tracing the generated itinerary on a map. Absurd and persistent, open or closed, these broken lines show our activity when we act as funambulist. Geometric and irregular routes that, magnifying their scale, are reassigned and reinterpreted by the artist in the exhibition space.

Petrogliphs:

Following clues, the idea is to find images or signs that others carved in the walls’ stones. A calcareous stone typical from the Balearic Islands that register every type of interventions and erosion of the passing time. Walls where suggestive anonymous traces are detected and reproduced on paper. An activity that gives the opportunity to discover incisions as footprints accumulated by those that coincided in the same place transcending (beyond) time.

Chalk Line:

This activity consists in the making of a collective, generative and random mural drawing full of uncertain straight lines. Using the chalk line as a classic tool used in construction work, each participant marks a line that is the result of joining the coordinates of two points. Dice randomness choose the length and inclination of each line while the whip of the historic blue pigment marks the wall. The same pigment that is used to whitened clothes. Personalized distances that are traced with tension and liable to be returned to the street.

Exhibition view:

Pictures: Jordi Pallarès, Yago Marqués and Eltono
Graphic design: Javier Siquier

 

 

Modo n.º33

Generative and collective mural
Executed with 15 studients
Faculty of Fine Arts, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain
December 2018

Project curated by Urvanity Tuenti Urban Art Academy.

CSB n.º25

Composition on Building n.º25
Rue Gambetta, Niort, France
October 2018

Project curated by Winterlong Gallery and Le Loup Blanc.

CSC Clou Bouchet

Composition on Building n.º24
CSC, Clou-Bouchet, Niort, France
October 2018

Project curated by Winterlong Gallery and produced by Ville de Niort.


Modo n.º30

Generative mural
Maison des Associations, Clou-Bouchet, Niort, France
October 2018

Project curated by Winterlong Gallery and produced by Ville de Niort.

Modo n.º29

Generative mural
Maison des internes de l’hôpital, rue de Goise, Niort, France
October 2018

Project curated by Winterlong Gallery and produced by Ville de Niort.