It brings together works of artists that address the different dimensions of materiality, whether from the particularity of objects or from elements of landscape. Matter is envisaged in terms of what it hides, ranging from what is invisible to what is immediately perceptible, whether based on scientific knowledge or spiritual meaning. Ancestrality and its sensitivity, the need for healing, rituality, transubstantiation and observation of the impalpable data that surround things, are some of the perspectives explored by the artists. In other words, it approaches the territory through a prism of symbolism and spirituality that seeks to activate new perspectives on objects and their composition.
Image: Baneque, 2016, Oscar Santillán.