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Colectivo Mangle – Last pieces

In recent decades, the ruin has become a fertile place for the exploration of symbolic representation in contemporary art.

 

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Space, limit of absence

In recent decades, the ruin has become a fertile place for the exploration of symbolic representation in contemporary art. Through the imagery of ruin and what it entails, themes of memory, place, nostalgia, the encounter with catastrophe and anguish over an uncertain future are explored.

In “Space, limit of absence” Colectivo Mangle has created a series of works in which this leitmotif is explored from a space of intimacy. The shapes they present to us evoke the domesticity, a privileged place for textiles. The four sculptures that are distributed in and that, through their presence, also configure the space, are a reminder of what is not there, of the way in which objects and places contain the memories of those who inhabit them, and by this way of being in space, devoid of a specific use, they embody, at the same time, the sadness of the absence of what was there.

Colectivo Mangle – Last pieces

In recent decades, the ruin has become a fertile place for the exploration of symbolic representation in contemporary art.

 

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    eiDesign selection

Space, limit of absence

In recent decades, the ruin has become a fertile place for the exploration of symbolic representation in contemporary art. Through the imagery of ruin and what it entails, themes of memory, place, nostalgia, the encounter with catastrophe and anguish over an uncertain future are explored.

In “Space, limit of absence” Colectivo Mangle has created a series of works in which this leitmotif is explored from a space of intimacy. The shapes they present to us evoke the domesticity, a privileged place for textiles. The four sculptures that are distributed in and that, through their presence, also configure the space, are a reminder of what is not there, of the way in which objects and places contain the memories of those who inhabit them, and by this way of being in space, devoid of a specific use, they embody, at the same time, the sadness of the absence of what was there.