extender los límites de un pabellón
"If the activities we had programmed so far in the Pavelló Català, arquitecte anònim by Marti Anson had brought us closer to the idea of a house or habitable space through the way in which art dialogues with its volumes -Rasmus Nilausen-, fulfills the functions for which it had been conceived -MAIO-, shares conceptual, formal and aesthetic aspects with proposals from other countries -Josep Muñoz-, or offers itself as a framework for the resolution of unforeseen events such as the creation of a graffiti -anonymous-, its erasure with another graffiti -Rasmus Nilausen-, or the conversion of the space into a space for the creation of a graffiti -anonymous-, or offers itself as a framework for the resolution of unforeseen events such as the creation of a graffiti -anonymous-, its erasure with another graffiti -Rasmus Nilausen- or the conversion of the exhibition space into a temporary warehouse -Martí Anson & Fede Montornés-, it seems that it was written that the next activity had to refer to this idea from the perspective of those who inhabit it. That is, from us.
In order to make clear what his attitude towards the creative act was, Bruce Nauman once said that rather than being interested in adding something to a collection of things that are art, what interested him was to investigate the possibilities of what art could be. Well, remembering in a way this great premise, what Carme Torrent and Aimar Pérez Galí intend to do with Extending the limits of a pavilion is precisely not to add anything to what already exists and to take advantage of what they have found to make the relationship that space and movement maintain between them the reason for an action that, read in terms of hospitality, could be interpreted as the
Carme Torrent and Aimar Pérez Galí