Art and Memory: "Fatima's dreams", by Rosa Brugat

Art and Memory: "Fatima's dreams", by Rosa Brugat
Sat, 20. January 2024 - Sun, 9. June 2024
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Art and Memory: "Fatima's Dreams", by Rosa Brugat

From January 20 to June 9, 2024

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Rosa Brugat's exhibition consists of photographs of various formats that reproduce daily life in a small Berber village of 50 inhabitants, located near the Sahara Desert. Little Fatima, one of its inhabitants, becomes with her large black eyes the common thread that immerses the viewer in the daily life of the Tafraoute Sidi Ali village, which means "small oasis." The visual artist, innovative in her artistic concept, has valued "the emotional and poetic journey of finding this town where children were happy without having anything." Little Fatima and her emotional farewell were for her “the trigger that motivated me to undertake this project.”

The exhibition is complemented by an installation of sand and footprints that reproduces the desert itself.

Rosa Brugat Batlle (La Jonquera, 1956) is a multidisciplinary contemporary artist who has created sculptures, paintings, posters, interior design and digital photography. In recent years she has focused on creating projects and actions that respond to social problems, and mainly those related to women, using various techniques such as performances, transvestism, photography, video art and installations.

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