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“Curvar a Miguel es arruinar las baldosas” by Jorge Satorre

19:3022:00 h
Venue: Blueproject Foundation
Princesa, 57
08003 Barcelona
Price: Free event

The Blueproject Foundation presents the exhibition “Curvar a Miguel es arruinar las baldosas” (“To bend Miguel is to ruin the tiles”) by Jorge Satorre, the third artist in residency this year. The exhibition will be shown at Sala Project from July 6th to August 20th 2016.

To bend Miguel is to ruin the tiles. Folding Miguel like a floor tile is being ruined. A floor tile as if Miguel was bent. Miguel bent as a ruined floor tile. A ruined ceramist is a disappointed craftsman. Tiles stepped on by a dog smelling wild boars footprints is an anomaly. A dog smelling wild boars footprints is a story. An anomaly is a disappointed ceramist. A disappointed ceramist is a craftsman who recognizes himself. A craftsman who recognizes himself is a ceramist who breaks the rules. A comedian who recognizes himself is Miguel. A comedian who broke the rules is Miguel disappointed. A disappointed Miguel is a bent comedian. A bent Miguel is a comedian looking outwards. An anomaly is a pain in the ass. A pain in the ass is the truth. An anomaly is Miguel disappointed.
Acknowledgements: Albert Aixalà, Erick Beltrán, David Bestué, Manel Gili, Halfhouse, L’Estruch, Llorenç Guàrdia, Pau Jurado, Francesc Llimona, Catalina Lozano, Núria Marquès, Marzia Matareze, Miguel Noguera, Nuk, Pense, David Tarrasón and Marc Vives.

Collaborators: Hangar, Parc de Collserola and Escola Pau Gargallo.

“Curvar a Miguel es arruinar las baldosas”  de Jorge Satorre