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Solo Exhibition at Late Studio-Society, 2023

With degli Abati, the concept of paradiso seems to be symbolically ended; however, with Ferrari or Lezama Lima, this word takes a radical distance from itself, is erased and repopulated. With the first solo exhibition of the Balada Tropical collective in Madrid, which coincides with the opening of Late studio-society, the aim is also to give new meaning to an increasingly unusual and familiar term that
names the exhibition: Tierras.

As a whole, the plurality of Tierras is based on the assemblage of objects that identify relations of conduction or isolation with the present, at the same time that it warns of a temporal and non geographical vision of space, understanding the construction of now, in its multiple levels of reality and realization, as part of a memory technology, of a stratified virtual atmosphere. In this sense, to produce is to bury, and to bury is to magnetize and is to lead to
encounter and communication. In a global context where transparency and concealment are synonymous, the reiteration of the grounding rod in space, through walls and objects, aspires to stabilize, neutralize, from the negative pole (according to technical language), the signals about present and what is to come, hence they perceive themselves and the assemblies where it is settled as territories where this stabilization takes place.

In line with Quentin Meillassoux, this emphasis on the contingency of language leads to the obsolescence of the future idea.

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