A new group exhibition in Asturias Spain is going to start next week, on 10th July, and will end on 21st august.
I will partiate in it with my latest series of work called "Grammatical Luxation" that I made last year, by using Japanese old porn novel. I tried deconstruct and reconstruct meta-structure of the original sentences through the strictly defined processes. The series has 7 sets that have 81 sheets each. This time, the 1/7 will be showed there. The work made through processes is the most important keyword on this exhibition as you already know. The curator Jaime Rguez defines it in unusual word "processual".
Please visit the website of the exhibition here.
Unfortunately, there is Spanish only but I put the introduction in English from the press release I got before:
The very creation of the artwork and, ultimately, every step occurred in the process ofcreative genesis and by inserting work into space and its relationship with the rest ofthe pieces on display, add and enrich the proposals that finally the viewer perceives.This issue focuses this exhibition project in collaboration: a great hybrid installationon which coexist various issues and where abundant use of new technologies and theinteraction of a large number of plastic, sound, textual, audiovisual disciplines as wellas the low and the high tech.Process authors of the members come from different geographies and interests, butsurprised to find multiple links between them. So, from our most immediateenvironment we find parts Emma Bi, Nel Caamaño, Virginia López, BenjamínMenéndez, César Naves, self Jaime Rodríguez and his work in collaboration withMind Revolution (Eugenia Tejón & Angel González) and uh513 (María Castellanos& Alberto Valverde). Meanwhile the national circuit, come Julio Mediavilla, JesusNido and Eugenio Rivas. Finally, form the international representation the Brazilianartist Marcelo de Melo and the Japanese artist Yoshihiro Kikuchi.
Anyways, I feel an honor to be involved to this. Thank you Jaime Rguez for inviting me and giving a great opportunity.
The above logo design by Jaime Rguez.