continues to reflect on our present times, testing and applying utopias, challenging foreseen futures.
'Dirty laundry' stands for revealing the things that are not shown, said, or told - confronting our lives and societies, even in discomfort.
DIRTY LAUNDRY tells stories of the present, past, and future.
Compositions of artworks breathe in the anticipated scenario where the earth ends in agony,
all systems collapse, and abandoned constructions host hybrid beings as metal machine waste meets spirits and is mindfully artificial.
In this new world, imitation of life prevails because all human emotions are carried successfully by matters of rituals, magic, and heartbroken believers.
DIRTY LAUNDRY talks about the exhaustion of the human monarch, filling the earth with its industrial, capitalistic greed and neglect.
Compositions of artworks breathe out a rightful existential desire, looking back on mythology and ancient knowledge to find reconciliation with the present.
The artists confront the end of civilization yet fasten to the spirits of mother earth, rejecting all the lifeless, numbed, material distractions the majesty is offering.
DIRTY LAUNDRY delivers painful wounds and attends to haunted stories of the past;
with a faithful devotion to life and its endless creations, it realizes all ends in affliction and love.
Field recordings from ten different geographies are collected and transformed into a single sound piece by Salvador Marino.
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