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Venezia - dal 7 giugno al 21 novembre 2007

52 Biennale. Padiglione messicano

52 Biennale. Padiglione messicano
Pulse Room, one hundred incandescent light bulbs controlled by the heartbeat of the public. Dimensions variable, 2006
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Some things happen more often than all of the time di Rafael Lozano-Hemmer a rappresentare il Messico a Venezia
vernissage: 7 giugno 2007. ore 20-22, anche l'8 e 9 giugno
catalogo: Turner Libros
ufficio stampa: pperzcue@correo.conaculta.gob.mx
curatori: Priamo Lozada, Bárbara Perea
autori: Rafael Lozano Hemmer
note: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is represented by Galería OMR (Mexico City), bitforms gallery (New York) and Galerie Guy Bärtschi (Geneva)
Incontro al Teatro Piccolo Arsenale il 7 giugno alle ore 19.45
genere: arte contemporanea, personale
email: pperzcue@correo.conaculta.gob.mx
web: www.mexicobienal.org

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Rafael Lozano-Hemmer represents Mexico at the 52nd Biennale di Venezia with the exhibition “Some Things Happen More Often Than All of the Time”, curated by Príamo Lozada and Bárbara Perea, a show which will mark Mexico’s first official participation in the Biennale. The exhibition will consist of 6 large-scale installations covering 1,000 square metres of the Palazzo Van Axel, a 15th-century gothic landmark bordering the Chiesa Santa Maria dei Miracoli, in the vicinity of the Rialto bridge.

Lozano-Hemmer (Mexico City, 1967) develops large-scale interactive installations combining the languages of architecture and performance art. His work uses technologies such as robotics, surveillance and telematic networks to create platforms for audience participation, creating "anti-monuments for alien agency". His large-scale light and shadow installations are inspired by animatronics, carnivals and phantasmagoria, situating the spectator as a fundamental component to “complete” the work.

“His work succeeds in giving the unchoreographed the power of a full orchestra. Go look him up, go be part of his next project!”
-- CK Kuebel, NY Arts Magazine

Lozano-Hemmer’s work in kinetic sculpture, installation, video and photography has been shown in over thirty countries, including the Biennials of Sydney (Australia), Shanghai (China), Liverpool (United Kingdom), Istanbul (Turkey) and Havana (Cuba). His work is part of important private and public art collections such as those of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, La Colección Jumex in Mexico City, Fundación Cisneros Fontanals in Miami, the Daros Latin America Collection in Zürich and the Tate Collection in London.

The official participation of Mexico in Venice is the result of joint efforts by Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Consejo de Promoción Turística and the generous support of the Fundación/Colección Jumex and the Fundación BBVA Bancomer. The non-profit Patronato de Arte Contemporáneo, which has also contributed funding and resources, is in charge of the administration of the project. The receptions, starring DJ sets by Sonido Changorama, will feature sponsored drinks by Jumex, Tequila Cuervo and Cerveza Sol.

A bilingual catalogue will be published by Turner Libros, featuring essays by Manuel de Landa, José Luis Barrios, Barbara London, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Victor Stoichita and curators Príamo Lozada and Bárbara Perea.

Coinciding with the 52nd Biennale di Venezia, Lozano-Hemmer’s work will also be exhibited at Art Basel Unlimited, at the Luminato Festival in Toronto and in the exhibition “Automatic Update” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
 
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Rafael Lozano-Hemmer "Almacén de corazonadas" 2006. Focos incandescentes,
controladores de corriente, sensor de ritmo cardíaco, computadora, escultura de metal.
Dimensión variable. Cortesía Puebla 2031, México, © del artista.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. "Función de Ondas" 2007. Pistones electromecánicos,
computadoras, sillas Eames de Vitra, cámaras de vigilancia, circuitos. Dimensión
variable. Cortesía y © del artista.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, "Bajo Reconocimiento" 2006. Proyectores, computadoras,
cámaras de vigilancia. Dimensión variable. Cortesía East Midlands Development
Agency, GB, © del artista.
 
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