This exhibit is a collection of possibilities and results presented in diverse formats such as video, sound works, drawings, among others. It is an analysis on Úrculo’s connection with the domestic, structuring a language in which memories, intimate obsessions and diverse mental images are built through actions with objects, where the behavior of materials, its morphology and their phenomenology are the main elements to communicate these series of outcomes.
Luis Úrculo (Madrid, 1978) is interested in all that is peripheral to architecture, the processes, developments and approaches that can be manipulated, sampled and translated into other scales, adapting to the composition of the project, creating new scenes / experiences / expectations not contemplated previously. He lives and works between Mexico City and Madrid.
Among his latest exhibitions are “Reconstructions: Recent Photographs and Video from the Met Collection” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, “Unseen Daily Life” at the Tokyo Wonder Site in Japan, “Chatter: Architecture talks back” at the Art Institute of Chicago and his solo exhibition at the Museo de Arte de Chile, “Estados de Reposo”.