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Thursday 18.05.2017

NEAR FIELDS at Leal Rios Foundation, Lisboa


João Paulo Feliciano, White Dust / Rusted Strings, 1994 (Detail) © João Paulo Feliciano and Leal Rios Foundation.

NEAR FIELDS
João Paulo Feliciano, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Anthony McCall, Tristan Perich, Pedro Diniz Reis, Scott Short, Rui Toscano, Jorinde Voigt
Leal Rios Foundation
http://www.lealriosfoundation.com

Info

Exhibition Opening:
May 18, 9:30 p.m Exhibition Length:
from May 18 2017 until October 9 2017 Opening Hours: from Thursdays to Saturdays from 2:30 p.m. — 6:30 p.m. (free entrance)

Contact

contact@lealriosfoundation.com

00351 210 998 623

Address

http://www.lealriosfoundation.com
Leal Rios Foundation
Rua do Centro Cultural, 17-B
1700-106, Lisboa
Portugal

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'Since the invention of wireless communication, like the telegraph or the photophone, in the late 19th century, humans have been trying to expand their senses with artificial and mass-produced devices. Vision, hearing, voice and writing gained extensions such as radio, television, the telephone and, more recently, the Internet. This flux of information and processing obeys to a system of code, transmission, decoding, reception, etc. This flow is not naturally intelligible: without the right instruments to extract, separate and decode them, they are nothing but noise to our senses. With this reality in mind, Near Fields brings together a selection of works of art that overlap multiple media and project certain modes of action in the mental and in the exhibition space, presenting themselves as a play of forces that invites the viewer to interact with them at different levels of proximity, scale, position, or movement.'

- In 'Near Fields', João Biscainho, April 2017