David Mutiloa

David Mutiloa, Pamplona, 1979

Period of residence: April 2013 – 2015

The parallax is the effect of changing or displacing the apparent position of an object, just by modifying the observer’s point of view. Knowing this, David Mutiloa‘s work takes the parallax not as a perceptive deviation, but a methodology that allows him to have a privileged viewpoint for the study of what is happening in his field of vision.

Looking at the exhibition act itself in this way, Mutiloa’s work studies the design factor as a device that enables, and even goes beyond, the power of the artistic. This way, he makes a critical analysis of those factors that have marked the culture’s political and economic role in times gone by; and, simultaneously, he directs the same suspicions towards the present.

His more relevant exhibitions are: ¿Qué hay de nuevo, viejo? (Can Felipa, Barcelona, 2013); EXPO (Torre Muntadas, El Prat de Llobregat, 2013); Lanzar un travesti al espacio (versión dramatizada) (NoEstudio, Madrid, 2013); XIII Convocatoria Internacional de Jóvenes Artistas (Luis Adelantado Gallery, Valencia, 2012); We Gave a Party for the Gods and the Gods All Came (Nau Estruch, Sabadell, 2010); Jugarse la vida: doce propuestas para el teatro (Teatre Estruch, Sabadell, 2010); La noia que somiava un llumí i un bidó de gasolina (Sala d´Art Jove, Barcelona, 2010); «Casa Tomada» Una experiencia literal (Can Xalant, Mataró, 2010).




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