Espacio Fundación Telefónica. Madrid.  11 Oct 2019 – 23 Feb 2020

Can we do an art exhibition without the art pieces?  Technology has changed the world, the way we perceive it and even how we see ourselves.

The exhibition reflects on how the Digital Revolution has impacted the way art is produced, its physical and sensitive limits, the reproductibility or the weakness of traditional values.

Technology can help art to expand sensations, create new emotions, or challenge the audience to active participation, opening new ways to learn about artists and theis work.

Several digital experiences have been developed based on nine artpieces by Paul Delvaux, René Magritte, Eduardo Chillida, Pablo Picasso, Antoni Tapies, Juan Gris, Maria Blanchard, Romerto Matta and Torres García.

Thanks to this digital approach , these immersive experinces can be shown simultaneously in eight different cities; Ciudad de México, Mar de Plata, Montevideo, Bogotá, Quito, Santiago de Chile, Lima and Madrid. The project trascends the traditional time/space duality. ll the venues are connected on real time and share data collected by an interactive installation designed for that purpose.

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