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The Art’s mosaic

Contemporaneity is a timeless, Warburgian mosaic. People, thoughts, ideas, movements, expressions and manifests coexist in a cellular composition, which may have a shape or not, which may have logic or not. There is no linearity. There is no time. Or, rather, it is everything at...

Contemporaneity is a timeless,...

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Lightness or Heaviness? Saraceno vs. Kundera

"Is heaviness truly deplorable and lightness splendid?” (Kundera, 1983)In a first moment, the work of Tomás Saraceno says yes. Effectively, the lightness of his works, the incorporeal, diaphanous semblances of his fluttering pieces are appealing and inside of us they are consolidated in a desire for equality: I...

"Is heaviness truly deplorable...

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The life and death of public things

The respect for private memory surpasses the respect for public memory. Between the residence, the home, the house, and the square, the objects of the past safeguard a distinct survival for each one.In the private domain, the halls and rooms are the preferential spots of exhibition...

The respect for private memory...

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Capital images

Image:The neoliberal man is on the run. The neoliberal man jogs, does CrossFit, dresses clean and tidy, has studied in the best universities and was an intern in the best financial business centres of the world. With suit and tie, trendy lines, he is subservient to the big...

Image:The neoliberal man i...

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