Point at the Body

Body as a natural support, a point from which meanings can be discussed.

Un cuerpo no coincide consigo mismo (A body doesn’t match itself) (2019) by Lucia von SprecherFundación Itaú Argentina

A work by Lucía von Sprecher, A Body Does not Coincide with Itself, is part of a performative project involving different pieces in cement, plaster, and glass.

The artist relates her body to these materials, staging possible anatomical landscapes.

Dobles Velos (Double veils) (2021) by Liana StrasbergFundación Itaú Argentina

Liana Strasberg's video installation, Double Veils, refers to an absent and fragmented body. The surface of the veil creates a tension between what is seen and what is not. An elusive border between absence and presence, between the virtual and the real. Access link to artwork

Trust in the digital age (2018) by Damián Monti FalicoffFundación Itaú Argentina

Damián Monti Falicoff proposes an essay to reflect on the constant production of virtual experiences and how these permanently redefine the limits between the private and the public. A work that shows how our bodies are exposed to perpetual surveillance.
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Toda la piel (All the skin) Toda la piel (All the skin) (2019) by Mariana BarónFundación Itaú Argentina

Body is the support of Mariana Barón's production. The discourse in All the Skin is focused on what delimits us, what determines an inside and an outside.

Toda la piel (All the skin)Fundación Itaú Argentina

A synecdoche which pre-figures an era of bodies that dematerialize.

ArticulxFundación Itaú Argentina

In this sculpture, part of a series entitled ARTICULXS, Juan Pablo Rosset presents structures that appear to be prostheses.

A kind of surreal scene, in which a dismembered anatomy still structures and supports.

Melisa Zuliberti's video was born from a research on mercury and its multiple compositional and transformation possibilities.

The work transfers this chemical condition to a series of human bodies that magnetize one another, making up a sensitive collective tissue.

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