We perceive the future as a realm of conjectures, visions, and omens into which we project our present. Time Adverbs (Cristina Anglada) aims to reflect on the future from the perspective of narrative and fiction, and from their connections with the human experience of time in a present that has gone berserk.
The exhibition, designed in collaboration with Aritz Gonzalez, showcases pieces from Serafín Álvarez, Cécile B. Evans, Nora Barón, Nina Canell, Julian Charrière, Marian Garrido, Mia Goyette, Rubén Grilo, Camille Henrot, Hanne Lippard, Regina de Miguel, Jacopo Miliani, Shana Moulton, Mélodie Mousset, Laure Prouvost.
Time Adverbs proposes a sensory journey through different ways of addressing our current concept of time. More than a theoretical dissertation on the subject, the exhibition aims to bring together the artworks with narratives that propose a variety of reflections on our current perception of time. It opens spaces in order to imagine a future that explores alternative kinds of relationships.
Photos: Jesús Varillas and Víctor Hugo Martín.