"Works of art require constant and articulated mediation: explanatory texts, photographic documentation, speeches, catalogs, etc. From the work to the public, a series of passages that are anything but neutral and transparent unfold. Each mediation selects, reorganizes, interprets, adds or subtracts meanings and formal values from the original work. It is not only an inevitable communication process, but also a fertile and profitable concatenation to understand and generate further forms and meanings. Contemporary art has reached a profound awareness of the importance of these mediations, to the point of often producing works that are limited only to proposing this process. Doubles is an exhibition in which six artists work in tandem, divided into pairs. Three artists are called to interpret and remedy, each through a pre-established medium, the works created by three other artists." Denis Viva

  • Edition: 2011
  • Pages: 40
  • Size: 15x21 cm
  • Format: PDF (1 MB)