Graciela Sacco’s solo exhibition “A donde va la Furia?” translated to “Where does the fury go?”. Calling upon the collective and societal views of social conflict, and every day struggles in communities, between borders, countries, power, etc.
Her work can be described as poetic and universal as she gives a voice to the materials she works with, like silk sheets to exteriorize the ephemeral state of which our memories and actions find themselves in. She showcases strong actions, emotions, as screaming, rock-throwing, overlapped with birds on a silk screen. The juxtaposition of this rough thought, rough action, over the lightness of a bird's feather and the smoothness of silks properties leaves you pondering on the depth of our actions due to discontent and the aftermath of said expressions. Sacco is known for implementing a technique called heliography, bringing attention to photography in installation, the power of an image, scenes in a continuous movement where it is impossible to focus. ¿A dónde va la Furia? “...la revuelta no significa emancipación.” Georges Didi-Huberman Where does dissatisfaction go? The frustration? Throwing a rock seems to be an image that releases tension from form. The image that is trapped is not accurate. Two fabrics, a flat the other curves ... How to think of the past if a second in the present also offers traps to the gaze? And what happens when the form disintegrates in the air? When the irrationality of the senses becomes visible? When the form is the air we breathe? About the artist: -Graciela Sacco 2016