Entitled «contact(s)», the exhibition brings together six young artists whose works question the usual distance required for the perception and representation of things. Without recoiling, working as close as possible to the object they are observing, artists act in the same way to contact with the world and objects. Working «blind» through processes of molding, direct contact, telescopy or scanning, the different strategies employed blur the line between the subjectivity of perception and the objectivity of its representation.


Replica, focal length, mental projection or performance constitute the testing ground of works characterised by a distancing between the subject and its image, impaired visual field or distortion related to the interpretation process or mechanical re-composition of the object.