PELAIRES. Planta 0
Ángela Ferreira. Maputo, 1958. "Straight to the point"
As a thinker of the relations between Europe and Africa, Ferreira has adressed the issue of the decolonising utopias and their promises of emancipation using art as her combat weapon. The conceptual frame of this project is offering tribute to Carlos Cardoso, assassined journalist that dedicated his life to fight for the freedom of expression.





PELAIRES. Floor 1.
Lucas Simoes. Brasil, 1980. "Inbound"
Site-specific installation with which Lucas Simoes, using his arquitectural point of view and following the theme that comes with all of his pieces, shoots questions about the ways in which we inhabit, temporarily, a place such as an island, with its many parcularities.





XAVIER FIOL Palma
Fernando Megías. Barcelona, 1945. "De cabeza"
Trying to imprison the liquidity Bauman talks about, Fernando Megías provides us with knowledge and activates the objective conscience with irony and sense of humour. Image and word are conjugated simultaneously in the pieces of this multidisciplinary artist whom finds a form of salvation in his art.





PEP LLABRÉS ART CONTEMPORANI
Robert Ferrer. Valencia, 1978. "El interior de la forma"
Abstract geometry, optical and kinetical art are the three artistic movements that serve as a reference to Robert Ferrer. The gravitational universes of his pieces have given way to spaces that are left ajar, that hide and show. Modules that repeat themselves or suspended lines, everything at the disposal of tension and the essence taken to the limit.





HORRACH MOYÀ Drassanes
Lawrence Weiner. New York, 1942. "Swept Across"
Representant of conceptual art and post-minimalism, he chooses language as a ductile material with which he shapes his sculptures without any type of form trying to reach the essential. Every Word, the language, the meaning, the colour or the typography are part of a vernacular which will liberate the spectator of whatever pre-established conventionalism.









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