Prophetia comprises works by twenty-five artists who have followed and addressed the formation of the European Community. The point of departure for the exhibition is a video by the Albanian artist Anri Sala, dating from 2002, that portrays the moment when the dream of Europe was still intact in some of the countries aspiring to enter the European Union. All the other works on exhibit are more recent and reflect the current sense of uncertainty concerning the European project. The diverse origins of the artists featured in the show lead to a confluence of very different points of view and sensibilities. As a whole, the Prophetia exhibition invites us to reflect upon the history and evolution of the European Union, with a special emphasis on the latest developments. Prophetia is structured around three concepts that are closely linked to the philosophical and ideological foundations of Europe: rape, correspondence and reciprocity, and responsibility. These three concepts also provide the backbone for the exhibition catalogue, which includes essays by Bojana Kunst, Ingrid Guardiola, Cécile Bourne Farrell, José Luis Corazón, Srecko Horvat, and Piedad Solans. The Prophetia project has been curated by Imma Prieto.

March 1 – April 5, 2014 Temp Art Space Opening Reception – Saturday March 1, 7 – 10pm 47 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013 Curated by Imma PrietoArtists: Daniel G. Andújar, Eugenio Ampudia, María Cañas, Mateo Maté, Chus García-Fraile, Jordi Colomer, PSJM, Avelino Sala, Marta de Gonzalo and Publio Pérez, Núria Güell, Jorge García, and Pelayo Varela TEMP Art Space and Spain Culture New York – Consulate General of Spain: Member of the Network Spain Arts & Culture are pleased to announce Hic et Nunc, a curatorial project gathering a selection of artists whose works demonstrate how art stands as a symbolic act of resistance to the affronts that characterize our society. Hic et Nunc (Here and Now) is a proposal to look and see without complexes. Twelve audiovisual works respond to a cumulus of social inequalities and political humiliations, offering an open interpretation of politics that departs from the Aristotelian definition zoon politikon (political animal). This consideration, which examines the place of the citizen as an active participant. This idea implies the imperfect parts that constitute those in democracy, locating citizens in a space with no visibility. Neoliberalism, nationalism, state,  and economy are just some of the concepts that designate our present time. An enlightened absolutism with a numeric root, based on individual greed, has led and leads our future, from yesterday and today.

Artistas : Daniel G. Andújar, Eugenio Ampudia, María Cañas, Mateo Maté, Chus García-Fraile, Jordi Colomer, PSJM, Avelino Sala, Marta de Gonzalo y Publio Pérez, Núria Güell, Jorge García,  Pelayo Varela

Comisariado por: Imma Prieto
17 mayo, 2013 @ 17:00 – 18:30
Fundació Antoni Tàpies Carrer d'Aragó 255,08007 Barcelona España Screening con la presencia de la comisaria y de alguno de los artistas.


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