PRISMA is a cycle theme of three curated exhibitions that brings together works by Colombian artists that aims to be a solid and important work for the local artistic context.
The purpose of this type of work is to build, in a joint manner, a proposal by three curators that enables to work around a single conceptual axis, which is nourished through collaborative work and feedback from each of its parts, but which seeks to respect the independence and individuality of each proposal.
The PRISMA cycle aims to be a space in which social, economic and/or cultural problems are considered from the perspective of the artistic practice as such.
Thursday 26 May 2016, 07:00 pm
Geografías de la Diáspora proposes a dialogue about geopolitical issues and the attempts to define the notion of territory and frontiers.
Curator: Ximena Gama
Thursday 28 July 2016, 07:00 pm
The exhibition consists of photographs, videos, installations, kinetic pieces, and graphic works, amongst others.
Curator: Emilio Tarazona
Thursday 08 September 2016, 07:00 pm
In Topografias de archipélago the sea becomes a fundamental element in describing the construction of cartographies and maps; it displays the oceanic immensity and the ways in which talking about a territory in the sea can become a contradiction.
Curator: Claudia Segura Campins