Screens & Pills: Group Show


Curated by Montse Badia, and featuring works by Ignasi Aballí, Chema Alvargonzález, Anna Dot, Enric Farrés, Gonzalo Elvira, Dora García, Miquel García, Andreas M. Kaufmann, Muntadas, Francesc Ruiz and Tim Youd, Screens & Pills is an essay in exhibition format or an exhibition in an expanded book format that has a cover, prologue, index, chapters, footnotes, epilogue and back cover. 

The exhibition is a tribute to the novel written by Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 (1953), published for the first time in three parts in the March, April and May 1954 issues of Playboy magazine and proposes to place the contents of the book in the center of a current debate about control over access to knowledge, censorship, strategies of distraction and false happiness, dependence on screens and lack of critical sense.

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