Mònica Planes

Date: 17/November/2017 Category:

About the artist


Barcelona, 1992. Create objects that explain the experience of the spaces that inhabit. If narrating consists of ordering an experience in a linear time and containing it at the beginning and the end, with the objects that it produces, it explains but does not tell. It also orders but through a spatial order, not temporary. Therefore, it is not a narration process but rather an objectualization of the landscape, that is, to synthesize and compress the experience of the environment in one or more objects. These objects are, therefore, compressed space and involve a return to dumb experience.