"Evoking the Studio" is
an intervention that hinders entry into the studio. This installation
is a metaphor that evokes the artist’s own studio, departing
from a physical reality with a wall of coloured pillows that hinder
entry, directing us to the imaginary space inside, establishing
a relationship between its absence and its presence where it transports
us, highlighting it as it converts it into fiction, unreality, something
imaginary, creating a dialogue between the real boundary and the
imagined one, a metaphor of the artistic experience itself, where
you depart from a real reality to an evoked one.
For those who visit the studio,
this apparently contradictory experience allows them to enter from
its absence, making the studio space even more present, framed by
the coloured pillows that cover the door and the window onto the
street. Both the fabric covering the pillows and its soft feel make
the wall transport us into its own fiction.
Intervention realized on the occasion of Nodes de Gràcia
in Barcelona, in June, 2009.