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By Julieta Maria

Our curatorial team has set out to present this exhibition inspired by the play of elements organized around binary relations, and exploring the different interpretations that could be given to the binary form. Binary means composed of two parts or two pieces. It could be a system of two pieces that complement and inform each other, adding up to more than the sum of its parts, or it could be a set of elements in which the presence of one of them implies the negation of the other. However, the concept is often exclusive in that it encloses itself in the number two, precluding a third element, or in-between elements to be part of the equation. >>>


New ways, new possibilities
By Hugo Ares

Multi-media and new media arts developed thanks to the evolution of digital technologies, especially that of electronic data processing, which took place during the 1980s and 1990s. The presence of these digital technologies in the world of the arts has generated a change in the aesthetic paradigms. The new media have entered art’s territory, or perhaps art is daring to conquer new tools with the purpose of reaching different ways of expression.Even though photography and film can already be considered "classical" cultural practices, the introduction of video >>>



Curatorial Journal
by Eugenio Salas

At the first stages of this project, one of the primary ideas occurred to us as departure point was inviting artists who share a dual nationality, since having two residencies is a very current reality of our times in which we, e-fagia members, are also included. Having two residencies implies the idea of crossing a border. Which inevitably signifies a reconfiguration of perceptions, values and ways to see and represent the world. Hence, there is a co-existence of two realities that in some cases are analogous but in some others are conflicting.>>>