An unusual crossing: A dialogue with Mark Heine

With: Juan Pablo Torres Muñiz
 
Immersing…
Mark Heine. A complex body of work. While for a bad observer it displays predominantly an exceptional technique, in true it shines with its peculiar manner of challenging things from the perspective of an illusion of suspended time. Thus there’s, for each stroke and each touch, an intention.   
At play is the subject of the own identity, for example, and of the levels of consciousness; and of the interaction with the environment. Though not as a provocation, but as an invitation to immerse oneself, maybe in dreams.
 
 

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The reverse of the shadows: A dialogue with Judith in den Bosch

With: Juan Pablo Torres Muñiz
 
Instead of just a dark atmosphere, it’s the lighted one that surrounds us between the artwork… different. Would it be, perhaps, the reverse of the reality that we usually recognize during our daily bases? On it’s own way, maybe lit up. An atmosphere of specters, not of absent bodies, but of shadows that we have in front of us; therefor, projections, of a different level…
Here’s Judith’s proposal…
She comes along with us. Goes and observe around, like paying attention to the stimulus that are provoked by the scenery…
 
 

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Transformations: A dialogue with Horacio Quiroz

With: Juan Pablo Torres Muñiz
 
The body as cause and stage of a confrontation, both the territory of a dispute and a territory in dispute. The violence is manifest in the abrupt transformation of the members, of the general layout of this “new body” in process of change. Movement. 
Paradoxically, Horacio’s images look transparent as representations of a constant change; it’s in the acceptance of this change wherein true serenity resides. 
His work disturbs, challenges. He allows it to tell its own truth. And meanwhile he converses with a quiet voice.
More lights…
 
 

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