The Fina Miralles exhibition. I Am All the Selves that I Have Been , curated by Teresa Grandas , addresses the work of this artist through a series of performances, photographs, installations and paintings. His reflection on nature and artifice not only subverts the conventions of our relationship with the environment in which we live and in which we develop as individuals, but also invites us to rethink what we mean by art, the values they are at the basis of art and what gives it meaning.
The exhibition does not follow a chronological order, but focuses on a series of works that are central to the framework of Miralles' practice. These are works that question concepts such as belonging, authority, power and the established order, as well as what gives them value, constantly inverting the notions of art, artist and spectator. The critical – even denaturalizing – potential and the differences and conflicts highlighted by these works demonstrate that the poetic image can also become political.
Exhibition organized by MACBA Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona and Donnaregina Foundation for contemporary artsIn collaboration with Index and Marabouparken, Stockholm