Al final de todos los sueños humanos no hay más que polvo: Núria Güell, Levi Orta & Adelita Husni-Bey
Perhaps the dust of those frustrated revolutions is the germ of the mud of this vulnerable force that we have to grasp in our days.
"At the end of all human dreams there is nothing but dust," said Federica Montseny in the last years of a life of struggle. Perhaps the dust of those frustrated revolutions is the germ of the mud of this vulnerable force that we have to grasp in our days.
Penetrating reality without hesitation, these projects speculate futures to come or generate juridical-legal structures so that they can build alternatives to the stated. Territory, home, exodus, migrations, colonial order, right to housing, war, hunger, economy or knowledge emerge from the actions, meetings, discussions and alliances that these artists articulate around their practice which makes it possible to imagine the future consequences of our actions. This exhibition gathers some works that are projected towards the future; generating a dialogue between two practices that at times collide while at other times might be aloof from each other without losing a clear connection