Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: Group Show
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang proposes a journey through a group of collages, linking images and texts, featuring works by Iván Argote, Lucía Casas Palomero, Patricia Gadea, Margaret Harrison, Hessie, Momu & No Es, Carlos Pazos, Joan Rabascall, William S. Burroughs, and curated by Francesco Giaveri.
Image is trapped in word. In the beginning was the word. In the beginning of what exactly was the word? The word, for William S. Burroughs, is a parasite that has achieved a permanent coexistence with the host that he has invaded: human being. The North American writer considers that words and images are the main tools of social control. Control and its counterpoint, addiction, became an obsession for him and both run permanently throughout his extensive work, a gigantic cut-up, which goes from literature to music and from photography to painting. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang proposes a journey through a group of collages, linking images and texts. In between, silence.