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Malditas Culebras
Re/Construction of Oblivion

31.08.16 14.10.16

Malditas Culebras is an art collective formed in 2005 by Luciana Alamos, Romina Chaile, Marcela Cánepa and Gabriela Demichelis. The group was created in the Engraving and Printed Art workshop of the Municipal Institute of Plastic Arts of Avellaneda at the National University Institute of Art (IUNA).

The Malditas Culebras collective was selected through the open call for the SEMILLERO 2016 Program, thanks to which they exhibited their work in the Dialogue Space and the Central Hall, opening at the ´aceNITE in August of the same year.

MALDITAS CULEBRAS are:
Luciana Alamos
Romina Chaile
Marcela Cánepa
Gabriela Demichelis

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Exhibitions, Semillero (Seedbed)

Re/Construction of Oblivion
Malditas Culebras

31.08.16 14.10.16

The Heliographic installation from the artistic collective Malditas Culebras was exhibited on Wednesday August 31st at the ´aceNITE titled Projections. This artistic collective was selected through the open call for the Semillero Program 2016.

The artwork consisted of installing a wall paper in the Dialogue Space, together with houses hanging from the roof of the Central Hall. These two parts established games between the two- and three-dimension, between lighting and shade, and presented a constant levitation both through the blueprinting wallpaper images and the almost-floating houses that refer to memories (in moments more enlightened and in others, more darkened). A work that arises as a call to awareness of the need to rebuild and sustain memory.

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The image of memory takes shape as part of a process that leads from darkness to light, it is revealed in the blueprint paper in those seconds that lasts the shortest possible perception of light, where memory and perception are past.

The re-construction of oblivion. Shadows, plans, structures, diffuse, unarmed re-constructed image and memory support.

“Along the past thinking of my true existence, subjected to the fatalities of matter, I made bloom from a breath of the past according to my inner destinations. And dreaming of life, I naturally went to the ingenuous delight of this unreal memory.” Henri Bosco in The poetics of reverie, Gaston Bachelard

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MALDITAS CULEBRAS are:
Luciana Alamos
Romina Chaile
Marcela Cánepa
Gabriela Demichelis

´aceNITE

Projections
Artists in Dialog

31.08.16

Projections was the title of the ´aceNITE of August 31st, where we presented diverse works by artists from Argentina and other countries. This set of exhibitions is an example and a particular point of view on the fact that space and reconstruction of memory are universal issues that cross all regions and are part of us all.

In the Políglota Room of the ´ace studio was held a multimedia installation by the artist in residence Jae Kim Kim (South Korea), titled Tableau Vivant: Severance. The Central Hall and Dialogue Space presented an installation from the Argentinean artist collective Malditas Culebras, Re/Construction of oblivion. The Transversal Space was, once again, space for national art schools. This time we presented the work of Jimena Aelen, Damiano Atencio, Marina Blustein, Amalia Cecilia Cambieri and Paulo Cosentino, students prom the Chair Flores of Visual Lanugage at the Universidad Nacional de las Artes National University of Arts( U.N.A).

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Artists Semillero 2016
Malditas Culebras

Artist from Chair of Visual Language, J. Flores
Jimena Aelen
Damiano Atencio
Marina Blustein
Cecilia Amalia Cambieri
Paulo Cosentino

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