RUBÉN RAMOS BALSA FOOTSTEPS
Jan 4, 2017
Icosahedron. Rubén Ramos Balsa
Rubén Ramos Balsa, Santiago de Compostela 1978. He is an artist, who works between Spain and Japan. This is the first large-scale exhibition at a museum institution. It brings together work created throughout his career, without any specific continuity, but tries to bring it all together with the sense that the viewer wants to give. For Ramos, technology and integration in his works are the perfect blend to write his speech. Throughout his career he has exhibited in several national and international galleries, acquired the fame after participating in Pabellón de España in the Venice Biennale of 2007, his work did capture the attention of all.
Double the half. Rubén Ramos Balsa
"Double of the half" is the name of the exhibition, curated by Juan de Nieves. The show is not articulated in a methodical way but plays with the versatility of the works so that they themselves are based on the discourse. The determination of space and time make the composition articulate in front of the visitor's eyes. The conceptual organization, makes the artist make and unravel according to the space in which exposes and thus achieves this dynamic and participatory staging.
Small observatory. Rubén Ramos Balsa
The exhibition, has 60 works that record unrepeatable and arrested moments that can be interpreted as simple exercises of physics and mechanics that make question the visual space. The works that make up this exhibition are photographs, videos, sculptures and installations. Some of them, have been modified for this space, following the line of the artist. With this it wants to relativize the character of them in a unitary way and to get open and connected structures.
Work of Rubén Ramos
The landscape, refers to different scientific research scenes, with this acquires a didactic and fresh character that demands the attention of the viewer. If you are in the area, do not hesitate to approach and enjoy this extrasensory experience to which Ruben Ramos invites you. Until April 30, 2017.