Our art Director Jesus Azogue is currently exhibiting at the European Commission (Berlaymont building) and gives tips on how to survive the global crisis.
TIPS TO GET THROUGH THE CRISIS is a collaboration project between two young Spanish artists representing opposed conceptions but complementary with the contemporary art appearance, pretending to demand the role of the art in the global reality. In the WORLD CRISIS actual context, art inspects its own language and its social mission to give back the humanity its role consciousness that is the head of the change process.
This ironic and mythic investigation in the power of art is tackled from the academic job Jesus Azogue is realizing about digital media and it’s what pushes us inside a virtual and parallel reality opposed to the baroque objectivity and the incisive iconography of Juan Antonio Rodriguez – JARR. The world hope around the “Yes we can” slogan become apparent in this works of art that gives an alternative to the CRISIS: the other reality creation (Azogue) or recycling the reality (JARR).
Below a video of one of the main works (in Spanish). The exhibition will last until the 28th of January. Please contact Jesus, if you are interested in visiting the exhibition.