"Las cosas que hace uno y las cosas que lo hacen a uno" is a group exhibition curated by the Mexican artist Alejandro Almanza Pereda which deploys a number of considerations on the importance of everyday objects in our time. The historical obsession to name, classify and categorize every object following certain criteria, meanwhile, the desire of Art to recreate or exalt them. Mainly, how a set of seemingly mundane objects can arrive at weave a complex web of memories and meanings for a group or an individual, and the aesthetic and sculptural value that reach everyday objects by the way they are presented, transformed or interacting with the space they inhabit. And also how these objects in general affect and shape our world experience and personal history of each one of us. Ideas such as materiality and objecthood run through this exhibition which proposes an archeology of the present moment from a fully sculptural approach.