San Juan, Open Studio, Paseo Caribe (Ground Floor)Map
Punto de Partida is a group exhibition that takes place through the journey of a foreign space. It is seen as a collection of relocated gestures that builds fictitious stories over the occupied space. The space understood as place, where a series of encounters happen and contribute to redefine its visuality and identity. Thus, the works overlap creating a déja vù experience while some works seem similar or simulate some found accidents. Occupy an space is a way of activating, redefining and undestanding it from another configuration, it is a way of inserting and identifying yourself and to belong. Aesthetically, the exhibition will be build as visual patterns, where each work unleashes the next one, establishing relations of affinity and confrontation. The exhibition will be articulated in a series of sutile interventions that will seem to be randomly emerging in the space. Artists: Yaima Carrazana (Cuba, 1981), Humberto Díaz (Cuba, 1975), Regina Giménez (Spain, 1966); Alana Iturralde (USA, 1988); Alberto Peral (Spain, 1966); Àngels Ribé (Spain, 1943); Soledad Sevilla (Spain, 1944) and Ignacio Uriarte (Germany, 1972).