The Architecture of the Invisible brings together a set of photographic and audiovisual works by Andrea Galvani (Italy, 1973) and William Lamson (Virginia, 1977) in a show that introduces the work of both artists in Spain.
Articulated around the complex perception of nature in the contemporary world, this exhibition examines the ways in which landscape transcends merely cultural images and how art can encourage us to experience and reconfigure our environment starting from two very different positions.
Thus the exhibition space welcomes a story filled with subtleties, a conversation struck up in the actual gallery space and in the spectator’s awareness. Each work is a sort of window that opens on to the contemplation of the unrepresentable, a kind of lattice from which to behold the architecture of the invisible, as suggested by the title of the project.
The natural environments that appear in the works by Galvani and Lamson have a phantasmagorical quality about them precisely because they are pure morphology. Hence the fact that the poetic value of their respective landscapes doesn’t stem from abandonment or fantasy but quite the opposite —from that excess of verisimilitude that makes them exceptional, unprecedented.
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