Sergio Prego once again impresses us with an installation in the CA2M that links the architecture of the center to its model of minimalist architecture. The language of modernity that offers us gives rise to new models of contemporary artistic behavior.
Photo of Sergio Prego
Sergio Prego, studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Bilbao and later completed his training at Arteleku, San Sebastián. This artist, has realized exhibitions at international level among which stand out Art 41 Basilea, the center Contemporary Art of Siena or PS1 of New York. He has also exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and Art Unlimited.
High Rise is a plastic response to the new museum idea. This sample, as the materials used to carry out the sculpture are ductile and light. The location is located in the entrance hall and the new exhibition space of three floors of open height in the heart of the Center. The composition of the sculpture has been reduced to the use of basic geometric bodies. The form only exists in a particular state or thanks to the action performed with the materials of the same.
Photo of a installation of Sergio Prego, untitled, 2011
Inspired by membrane architecture, a technique from the late 1960s, is a synonym for variable autonomy, isolation and the need for integration converge at the same point. The Prego piece, made up of different pieces, forms a set of accumulation. Tetrahedrons, made of rigid cardboard, investigate the articulation of the volumes, thus applying a series of joint possibilities that give the piece a certain changing air.
Photo of an installation of Sergio Prego, untitled, 2011
The curious thing about this staging is that it allows the viewer to enter the piece and interact with it, creating an affective bond. The sum of inflatable elements, in different plants emphasizes the modular character of this one and it gets that air crosses the interior. You can enjoy this exhibition in the Ca2M (Móstoles) until February 26.