Erick Meyenberg. 'Things We Do for Love'. Arte Abierto. Foto Oscar Caballero


Nos marchábamos, regresábamos siempre, by visual artist Erick Meyenberg with curator Tania Ragasol is the project with which Mexico will participate in the 60th Venice Art Biennale 2024

Arte Abierto congratulates the artist Erick Meyenberg and the curator Tania Ragasol Valenzuela for their participation as representatives of the Mexico Pavilion at the 60th Venice Art Biennale, to be held from April 20 to November 24, 2024, with the project ‘Nos marchábamos, regresábamos siempre’, which addresses the reflection on the immigration asylum that is part of the history of Mexico.

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Things We Do For Love is a project commissioned by Arte Abierto to visual artist Erick Meyenberg (CDMX, 1980) which was on display from June, 2022 to February, 2023 art Espacio Arte Abierto. Composed of a video installation of 5 channels + 10.2 audio and a series of ceramic sculptures. Under the idea of the Japanese philosophy of Kintsugi, film material made in Japan is interwoven, through editing (Martha Uc), with material filmed later in Mexico, both by Meyenberg. The musical composition and sound design were in charge of RODERIC, which includes the participation of cellist Natalia Pérez-Turner. The sculptures were made at the Suro Ceramic Workshop in Guadalajara.


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