Infinite Sequence is dedicated to the work of conceptual artist Ignasi Aballí. Having won the Joan Miró Prize last year, a selection of Aballí’s pieces are on display until October to allow visitors to discover some of the key aspects of his work. With conceptual art, the idea presented by the artist is more important than the finished product, if there is one. The exhibition starts with pieces dealing with temporality, followed by a room dedicated to Aballí’s work on colour, and then another room dedicated to absence and invisibility. It concludes with a projection room featuring his video work on processes of semantic slippage. The presentation of the selected works follows a strict retrospective format creating a narrative that points to the idea of infinite continuity and open repetition, as referred to in the title of the exhibition itself. With the showcased works ranging from the Nineties until the present day, there will also be a number of new and exclusive productions to marvel at.
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