Fundación Joan Miró is hosting a new programme of exhibitions ‘One Foot Out. Expeditions and Diasporas’ in Espai 13 until September 2017, with the collaboration of Banco Sabadell Foundation, with the aim of creating an analytical view of the work of up to six young artists who have worked on the diaspora.
The first of these six exhibitions is by Ana García-Pineda, which represents a expository essay titled ‘Fiction is reality waiting to happen’, in which she focuses on drawing and narrative which combine different concepts, such as the theory of possible worlds, the concept of truth within fiction or the study of what is real through the unreal.
Based on visual narrations and narratives which are combined with humour to create parallel universes, García-Pineda shows it is possible to reach a different reality…
More about the programme of exhibitions at Espai 13U
Until September 2017 you can visit and get to know the different exhibitions hosted within this programme:
-Nicolás Lamas (from 17/11/2016 to 08/01/2017): the project created by this Peruvian artist is based, starting from dialogue between objectives, images and texts, on reality as construction and the inconsistencies which characterise it.
-Momu & No Es (from 19/01/2017 to 05/03/2017): during the first quarter of 2017 this virtual installation which examines the symbolic dimension of places which form part of our virtual journey will be opened.
-Eva Fàbregas (from 16/03/2017 to 30/04/2017): this artist from Barcelona has designed a project which is based on the dislocation of techniques which are frequently used in marketing which mean it is possible to activate social habits.
-Adrià Julià (from 11/05/2017 to 02/07/2017): during the month of May this artist has designed a audio-visual investigation on global dynamics based on facts which appear to be independent but which will end up being connected.
-Martin Llavaneras (del 13/07/2016 to 11/09/2017): this artist from Lleida will be in charge of closing the programme of exhibitions in which he contrasts established notions, such as the idea of nature, landscape or heritage, whilst he creates a more subjective interpretation of environment.