SCAN (Spanish Contemporary Art Network) is pleased to announce the first in a series of exhibitions in London this summer:
K: emptiness, featuring photographs by creative team _Marina_Morón. The displayed works are a selection from their most recent book of the same title. Visualizing silence and solitude through architectural photographs, the works are structured in evocatively titled sections (Eclairage, Instant South, She is asleep…) exploring themes of light, colour and place. This collection of minimalist photographs can be interpreted as a visual diary of a fictional subject exploring her surroundings, memories and rooms. _Marina_Morón is the creative team of Jesús Marina, professor in Granada University, and Elena Morón, architect and researcher, whose work explores tangible connections between the image and architectonic space with an emphasis on the experiential qualities of colour and the concept of emptiness. They are based in Sevilla-Granada and have been directors of various research projects and attend international conferences as speakers. They have written three books, the last publication A-chroma was finalist at PhotoEspañ Book Award 2013.
Jesús Marina Barba. PhD in History, Full Professor in Granada University.
Elena Moró Serna, ETSAM (Escuela Ténica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid) Architect, ETSAS Honor Assistant and researcher (currently preparing a doctoral thesis in DPA-ESTAS).