The work of Catalan artist Eulalia Valldosera links to the human body and the representation through conceptual pieces. Her installations formed by objects, cinematic devices, and projected images in the space surround the spectator and produce ...
nearly a magical effect. The retrospective, which the Reina Sofia Museum dedicates to the artist, allows to look over and to get to know her initial works, barely shown previously, that include drawings, photography or single-channel videos. Besides, Valldosera will present the work Alma Mater, a monumental multichannel installation created especially for this show. The exhibition was followed by two publications. One of them "The Navel of the World" covers a wide selection of images, texts and documentation of the works produced in 1990 and 1991 by Eulalia Valldosera under the common rubric of "The Navel of the World", and its structure is defined by the artist's notebooks with her memos, and completed with her conversation with Chantal Maillard.
Number of pages: 176
Date of publication: 01/02/2009
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