The Sympathetic Imagination

This creative artist is one of the most important figures emerged in the 1990s His pioneering installations and video creations go beyond the physical, visual and art12conceptual boundaries. Experimentation of the moving image is a fundamental part of their work, immersive installations to conceptual challenges, investment views and realities through color, movement, scale and architecture. In this exhibition, we find their known pieces of dolphins in 1999, Delphine, and bees, Knots + Surfaces, and recognized his work on Chernobyl, where the viewer explores the contaminated ruins of the nuclear plant. It also includes songs like Oo Fifi, five days in the garden of Claude Monet, Part 1 and Part 2, 1992, when she reflects on the perception fractured, like Monet’s brushstrokes or later life is a time -Based medium held in Jaipur, India in 2015.

In this exhibition, we find their known pieces of dolphins in 1999, Delphine, and bees, Knots + Surfaces, and recognized his work on Chernobyl, where the viewer explores the contaminated ruins of the nuclear plant. also includes songs like Oo Fifi, five days in the garden of Claude Monet, Part 1 and Part 2, 1992, when he reflects on the perception fractured, like Monet’s brushstrokes, or the latest Life Is a Time-Based Medium, held in Jaipur, India in 2015. For Thater technological complexity of the video becomes the tool to present a different perspective than usual, a closer view of the non-human and human. In recent years he was away from scientific boast to play precisely the technical possibilities that this medium provides, for the creative juxtaposition and fragmentation of conceptual and aesthetic imagination. Do not forget that viewers have a key role in the design of his works. The intersection of film and video in its facilities, as well as the incorporation of body spectators themselves projected, is one of the main contributions of the artist in the field of contemporary art. Projecting images from different viewpoints to emphasize the juxtaposition and fragmentation, too. The result, spaces breathtaking that invite reflection and to build relationships of human beings with what he sees, if the swans, bees, dolphins, wolves, wild horses, debris, ruins. .. Her beautiful work environment and nature at the same time which severely critical of the massive human occupation and “the invisible poison” following wherever he goes.