Installation shots

Domènec's artistic practice addresses the modern project through thought, politics, culture, and art to reflect on its desire to build a fairer society, the emancipatory processes that led to it, and the dystopian turns they ultimately suffered. From the crisis of modernity and the acknowledgment of its failures, Domènec unfolds an investigative and critical essay that materializes in the form of sculptures, installations, photographs, videos, and interventions in public space. All these projects revolve fundamentally around issues such as the gap between utopias and social realities, speculation about the public and ideological dimension of architecture, the sociohistorical mechanisms conditioning memory and forgetting, and the questioning of authoritative discourses.


His work has been exhibited individually at the Ateneo Art Gallery in Manila, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, and the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion, also in Barcelona. He has participated in collective exhibitions and biennials in various countries such as Ireland, Mexico, Belgium, France, Italy, the United States, Israel, Palestine, Argentina, Finland, Japan, or Brazil. His works have been displayed, among other places, at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York.