The work "Sima Vertical" by Pilar Soberón is displayed in Venice, coinciding with the 56. Biennale Art Exhibition

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-05-18

Sima Vertikal, the work of the Basque artist Pilar Soberon is displayed at the “Photossima Art Prize 2015 Venecia”. During five months, coinciding with the Biennale di Venezia - 56th International Art Exhibition, the picture will be exposed along with 10 other finalists in the gallery Photissima Art Fair & Festival e l´Internazionale D´Arte LGBTE.

The photograph was created for the exhibition Paisaiaren Murmurioa / Cuando la naturaleza of the Cultural Centre Koldo Mitxelena and can be seen in Venice from May 6 to October 30.

The artist Pilar Soberón alternates different materials and languages creating works in continuous development and mutation. She avoids the final result and seeks the participation of the viewer as an existential element. The author creates photographs, installations, video-creations, drawings and sounds created not only to activate and cause reactions in humans but also to explore the limits of the exhibition space as an experimental specimen of new forms of communication merge.

Sima Vertikal, the work of the Basque artist Pilar Soberon is displayed at  the “Photossima Art Prize 2015 Venecia”. During five months, coinciding with the Biennale di Venezia - 56th International Art Exhibition, the picture will be exposed along with 10 other finalists in the gallery Photissima Art Fair & Festival e l´Internazionale D´Arte LGBTE.

The photograph was created for the exhibition Paisaiaren Murmurioa / Cuando la naturaleza of the Cultural Centre Koldo Mitxelena and can be seen in Venice from May 6 to October 30.

The artist Pilar Soberón alternates different materials and languages creating works in continuous development and mutation. She avoids the final result and seeks the participation of the viewer as an existential element. The author creates photographs, installations, video-creations, drawings and sounds created not only to activate and cause reactions in humans but also to explore the limits of the exhibition space as an experimental specimen of new forms of communication merge.

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