MUSAC opens Laboratorio 987. Carme Nogueira. Castillete. Mining Tableau (Landscape in Motion I) Form and Meaning exhibition series

MUSAC presents Laboratorio 987: Carme Nogueira. Castillete. Mining Tableau (Landscape in Motion I) Form and Meaning exhibition series on view through 13 January 2013.

MUSAC’s Laboratorio 987 features the exhibition Castillete, Mining Tableau (Landscape in Motion I) by Carme Nogueira, within the Form and Meaning exhibition series. The show is the result of an investigation carried out by the artist in Sabero, a mining town in León, into the different layers of meaning (materials, stories, records…) involved in the formation of the idea of landscape in a specific place. By selecting a specific location, the artist directs her attention at the sedimentation processes that took place in that location with the intention of accessing the accumulation, rectification, and deposit of diverse materials, experiences, and stories that are hidden under the surface and that demonstrate the impossibility of subjecting the representation of landscape to a unitary cartography.

The Form and Meaning exhibition series, curated by Leire Vergara, is structured around three monographic exhibitions by the artists Hiwa K and Carme Nogueira Alejandra Riera, and a group project by the Leon-based artists Nilo Gallego, Silvia Zayas, and Chus Domínguez. Read more about the project.

Curator: Leire Vergara

MUSAC, Museo de Arte
Contemporáneo de Castilla y León
Avda. Reyes Leoneses, 24
24008 León, Spain
www.musac.es

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