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Inauguración Los Torreznos
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Image by CA2M
"Cuatrocientos setenta y tres millones trescientos cincuenta y tres mil ochocientos noventa segundos", título de esta exposición, es el tiempo que Los Torreznos llevan trabajando juntos. De alguna manera, nos presenta a Los Torreznos como si a lo largo de estos quince años hubieran realizado una única pieza, la de contar desde 1 hasta 473.353.890. Como si hubieran empezado a contar en el mes de febrero del año 1999 y hubieran seguido sin parar, día y noche, hasta ahora, en una performance de quince años.

Se trata de una de las exposiciones individuales que el CA2M lleva realizando en sus cinco años de existencia. Habitualmente son exposiciones que ocupan una planta del museo y muestran una serie de obras del mismo autor dispuestas en el espacio, textos o cualquier
otro material necesario para complementar la experiencia del visitante. Además, cada exposición ha ido acompañada de una publicación. En definitiva, todo aquello que responde a las expectativas de una exposición individual.

Foto: Andrés Arranz

On Wednesday 5th February 2014 CA2M held the opening night of the current exhibition ‘Los Torreznos’. The exhibition titled "Four hundred seventy three million three hundred fifty three thousand eight hundred and ninety seconds" will run from 6th February to 18th May 2014. Taking an unconventional form the ‘exhibition’ is formed of a series of audio interventions by Los Torreznos found in the non-gallery spaces of the CA2M building such as the toilets, the lobby and the elevators.

On the opening night the duo presented their performance ‘The Positions’ in which they turn the audience’s attention back on to itself. The performance begins when the audience enters the room, picks up chairs and places them where ever they want. When the room is filled, the duo commences moving around it with their own chairs re-shuffling the audience. This is followed by repetitive applause aimed at different areas of the room (the walls, the floors) and then at the audience itself. This is joined by the appearance of names of members of the audience projected on a screen behind the duo, and the calling out of these, drawing specific attention to individuals. Throughout the performance the audience joins in, sits back and watches, joins in again, and become more and more excited.

In this image you can see Rafael Lamata of Los Torreznos sat down and directing the audience with his hands as part of the performance.

Photos: Andrés Arranz

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