September 5th-November 2, 2014.
Curated by Jesus Fuenmayor
Artists: Pablo Accinelli (Argentina), Nayarí Castillo (Venezuela), Marcellvs L. (Brazil), Carlos Martiel (Cuba), Mateo Pizarro (Colombia), Adrian Regnier (Mexico), Claudia Joskowicz (Bolivia), Rosângela Rennó (Brazil), Teresa Burga (Peru) and Antonieta Sosa (Venezuela).
The title of the exhibition refers to the development of that which is imagined and the symbolic production of shared images. Although we are accustomed to identifying images that correspond with one specific culture or identity as if they were each clearly differentiated, in reality, imaginaries in themselves are uncertain entities: that which “we do not know or are about to know.” A fleeting imaginary points out a redundancy because the imagined cannot be fixed; it is something which is in permanent displacement. Although they may be as divergent as they are coincidental, the proposals for CIFO’s 2014 Grants & Commissions Program exhibition have been gathered under the redundancy of this title to highlight this aspect that is a common ground among them: the idea of continuous displacement that transpires in different ways.
CIFO Art Space
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