Fri 23.11.18
Sat 22.12.18

Aerial photography does not create space but registers surfaces.

Aerial photography does not create space but registers surfaces.
presents an ongoing project started by Cristina Garrido in 2016.
The installation presents a series of photographic images on different media – such as canvas, paper, vinyl, fabric and moving image – displayed in a manner that resembles a contemporary art group exhibition. The images belong to a collection of aerial views posted by international art curators on their Instagram accounts, as these agents document and publish an evidence of their movement. By this appropriation through exhibition, Garrido seeks to emphasize the role of the curator as a producer of images through shows, publications and other media, and seek to invert the established power roles between artist and curator.
Cristina Garrido (b. 1986, Madrid, Spain) is an artist based in Madrid. Having studied Fine Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid (2004-2009) and Camberwell College of Arts (2007-2008), she obtained an MA Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art (2010-2011) with a Fundació “la Caixa” Grant for Postgraduate studies in Great Britain. She has been awarded the prize Generación 2015 Proyectos de Arte Fundación Montemadrid (2015), the Fundación Botín Visual Arts Grant (2017-2018) and the ARCO Award for young artists (2018).
Her work has been exhibited internationally, including shows at Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo (Móstoles), Centro de Arte Andaluz (CAAC) (Seville), Centrale for Contemporary Art (Brussels); Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia - EKKM (Tallinn), CITY GALLERY des Kunstverein Wolfsburg (Wolfsburg), CentroCentro (Madrid), l´ISELP - institut supérieur pour l’étude du langage plastique (Brussels), Espacio Odeón (Bogotá), Fundación Luís Soane (A Coruña), Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales (La Habana), Galerie im Taxispalais, (Innsbruck), SESC Sorocaba (Sorocaba/ Sâo Paulo), La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Lugar a Dudas (Cali), Banner Repeater (London), Spike Island (Bristol), Matadero (Madrid) and AKV St. Joost (Den Bosch), amongst others. She has been an artist in residence at Casa Maauad (Mexico City), Artista X Artista (Havana) and : B A R I L Gallery (Cluj-Napoca).
The exhibition is curated by Maud Salembier, as part of the 3rd Wandering Arts Biennial, a research and production biennial that focuses on versatile production and presentation methods in the field of contemporary arts, and the nomadic practices of artists: http//
Many thanks to Frédéric de Goldschmidt for hosting the exhibition and to SOCIETE d'électricité for the supply support.