Javier Riera makes a real intervention on “the space and time of the landscape”.
Campo de presencia is a journey through the best light interventions on the landscape that the artist has made in the last two years, which is completed with an intervention on the wall of the gallery itself. An essential part of the exhibition are photographs taken with light and geometry on the humidity of the environment on the beach, which introduce a factor of novelty with respect to the artist’s usual work.
Space is understood in Riera’s work as an active and transforming element, open to the perception of the essential dynamics of nature and the recognition of their presence in ourselves. Geometry is the language capable of establishing subtle bridges between the interior and the exterior, opening the vision towards new experiences of perception. The title of the exhibition refers to Merleau-Ponty and his theory of space.
Campo de presencia
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