Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.
Zoom Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.

Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.

$2,500.00

Opening 01.. Adriana Calatayud, Collective Lapiztola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez

Catadurary Fabiola Aguilar Diaz.

We can not allow violence to be considered a Fashion theme In Mexican society. On the contrary, talking about violence is a necessity motivated by the current concept and the feeling of running is not alien to any of us. Society as a whole is perceived traversed by the multiple ramifications of arbitrariness. The daily experiences are impregnated with transgressions in our public spaces and private spaces.

Transite civil society overwhelmed by a space of different violence, frequently simultaneous. Some are articulated from the narrative experience: listening stunned what happened to someone close, while you watch the bombing of selected images for your consumption in the media and you unconfussed the headers in the press. The gap between what is experienced socially and what is disseminated generates a social fissure that cries for being restored. Sometimes, the manifestations of violence invade other areas and materialize in the bodies, in the ways of living, in legal certainty and in life itself. What consequences do these transgression mechanisms promote in daily life?

Violence is integrated into our systems. We embarrass it in different ways. It is incorporated into our configuration as individuals, gradual and constantly. Sometimes there is actively inhabited and sometimes latent, to emerge early by inexplicable manifestations. We are constantly violated on the individual, but also in collective either by witnessing it together or by common experiences even when they are located in different geographies of this country. How can we process these public and private experiences to place them somewhere that allows us to move forward?

 

Reverse these processes or maybe learn to deal with them can also be a place of community. The curator of this project is part of an exchange with binary machine editions on nonconformity with the moment we live as a society and the relevance of the artistic areas to react to this. Opening 01 aims to generate a dialogue between heterogeneous opinions through an aesthetic research where it seeks to open the stories, open the psyche and mind, not what happens, but what is happening to us. This project arises from a need to jointly dialogue these experiences of social violence to explore the different responses to this phenomenon. It is configured as a series of conversations, where the review of the current situation provoke the reactions of each artist and explores the discursive and aesthetic positions of it against violence both personally, as in the group. Adriana Calatayud, collective Lapiztola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez respond to this provocation from critical postures deployed in artistic pieces.

 

The result is a mosaic of aesthetics and visions that encompass everyday, social, legal, emotional, economic, psychological, civil, corporal violence, which together exercise a complaint of nonconformity from art. Opinions found and dissimilar ways to express their violence and violence, to process this shared condition. Eight artists who open a pause in their investigations, in their formats, in their themes for feeling summoned before a pressing issue that has transformed the particularities of individuals and the way of interacting daily. Opening 01, therefore constitutes a call to possible talks before a shared emergency.

 

 

 

 

 

Anette Kuhn. She is reluctant to evade the images of the crudity of the social violence of the world. Instead, she processes them artistically building layer on layer of each of those images: she draws, scans, prints, installs, detachments, photography or size. She aims to grasp with physical work the daily information of media flow. She uses reiteration as a resource to articulate the sordidness of the environment in an attempt to resist against psychological violence. In turn, it constitutes an insistent memory dedicated to those affected so as not to let them dilute as other news.

 

 

 

 

 

The pattern symbols normally invested by solemnity are shown traversed, porous, blurred. Demián Flores. It raises a critique of a national apparatus eroded by its flameless legal security. State machinery evidence deep fractures to current impunity and corruption. The artist displaces the official symbolic paraphernalia denying his representation canons as a form of resistance. He expresses a pressing need to reconfigure the elements that articulate the idea of ​​nation, from the use of their symbols to certainty in the indistinct application of the legal framework, as a fundamental value of a rule of law.

 

 

 

 

 

Violence against citizen rights boosted Héctor Velázquez. To resignify the artistic objects of him: the topographies that previously represented the story of him have taken personal the right to manifest politically. The cloth works of him have mutated in banners; The body of it, in carrier of political slogans on the streets. His mappings have turned towards the geographies of the violence of the most affected states in solidarity or resonance with such affectation that he feels his own. Tamaulipas, with its inverted characters alludes to its population oppressed by assassinations of journalists and civilians. The signaling of the situation of this entity constitutes only one example of the status quo in many areas of the country. Héctor Velázquez joins the citizens' quotas convened by the hasty and cries along with thousands "no more violence".

 

 

 

 

 

The Oaxacan collective Lapiztola. "A consequence of the 2006 movement" against the then Governor Ulises Ruiz. Together other groups such as Asar-O, Jaguar Art or revolver were responsible for maintaining social disagreement on the walls, before the silence imposed by public forces and the control of the media. The State deployed a system of rampant repression before the widespread nonconformity of various social groups that demanded the deposition of the then governor. Six years later, the task of giving voice to the demands of the population in public spaces is not over. The streets will continue talking.

 

 

 

 

 

The economic violence translated into "progress" is perceived from the buildings in force in urban contexts. Through Citadina architecture that reflects a fragile social welfare, Nicola López. Expresses a seductive ambivalence alternating delight with suffocation. Neoliberal structures have superimposed the concept of predation comfort. Real estate market advertising is committed to imposing the concept of "civility" against agglomeration. The result consists of a cosmetic sublime of our urban spaces, opposed to the stripes of misery, as a disptopic exercise where the overflow of inequities of economic reality materializes.

 

 

 

 

 

Domestic stories, seemingly simple of Sweet and Ornelas They detonated a reflection on the violence of the displacement and the defense of the private space. The trembling of March 21 at D.F., random attributable, confronts them with the reality of the eviction and the consequences of a wandering process to establish again. The transgression of the site that we determine as a home constitutes a deep violence: the forced disarticulation of the personal space, the physical or psychological violence of eviction and the aggression to the domestic space is the story of many more. In our country, the displacement charges dimensions of acute migrations that exhibit from small corruptions to profound social negligence. The fatigue, the hasty and the uncertainty of the situation lead to sweeping and ornaments to decide symbolically on the forms of defense of the household compared to aggressions that violate these spaces. Its pieces show weapons manufactured with what they have at hand: spears made of scissors and broom sticks and nails on socks, such as emblems of protegant and protection.

 

 

 

 

 

Adriana Calatayud. Part of a personal defense book addressed to the female population. The original images softened an almost innocent representation, contrast with the texts that encourage generating violent premeditated answers: to avoid being a victim, it must implacably assume the physical violence of it. Calatayud enhances the strength of the instructions, representing aggressiveness from the exalted female body with anatomical attributes, sometimes apparently animated. In a limit situation as narrated in the manual, we must train agency's ability against violence. However, the background of the situation in the country lies in the impunity of the current violence that keeps us in a latent alert. An outrageous reality that we should not allow dissipate the weight of the facts blur.

 

 

 

 

 

Magali Lara. She delves into the germ of violence from family structures and intends to confront the unspeakable. The dynamics of family authority is instituted from a vertical execution that makes certain places invisible. The artist witnesses that still, in the new generations there is a profound difficulty of reconfiguring the structures underwater by the affective networks in the family nuclei. From this unpronounceable complexity of silent but vital spaces, Magali is committed to the poetry of abstract images. Through sensations and atmospheres she explores the internal contradictions of the domestic place. As the titles of the pieces of it, in the family environment "tell me the truth" it is never equal to "do not lie to me".

 

Dimensions: 23 x 31 x 2.2 cm

 

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Opening 01 / Adriana Calatayud, Collective LapizTola, Demián Flores, Anette Kuhn, Magali Lara, Nicola López, Shower and Ornelas and Héctor Velázquez.

$2,500.00