This week, we released three interviews with Pipa 2016 nominated artists Daniel Beerstecher and Marina Camargo. Beerstecher talks about how living in different countries helps in his artistic production. Camargo talks about the notion of displacement in her life and how it changed the way she relates with people.
(Moscow, Russia) The main exhibition will feature 87 works by 93 artists, selected from over 2000 applications, under the curatorial focus of tackling recent issues in ecology and economics. The project will also tackle questions regarding the dangers presented by new technologies and social instability.
(Madrid, Spain) Virginia de Medeiros, PIPA 2015 winner, participated in this group show that proposes a rethinking, inevitably ethical-political, of representation and reality, of the possibilities and the responsibilities of the artistic act as knowledge, questioning the power of representations, not to reflect reality but to look for its meaning.