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"HYBRIS" A POSSIBLE APPROACH TO ECOAESTHETICS


"Hybris, wishes to encourage a rethinking on the potential of art as a tool for action as well as for subjectication in relation to the environmental concerns of today.(...) The primary focus of Hybris is to adopt a different approach to art’s relationship with ecology and sustainability, two highly questionable concepts due to the increasingly more prevalent greenwashing techniques used by many corporations and businesses. Having said that, the exhibition engages with the approaches of Felix Guattari, for whom ecology questions the overall subjectivity and formations of capitalist power. In the foundation of his ecosophical theory, with The Three Ecologies, the French philosopher introduced the inextricable interconnection and articulation of three areas: the environment, the social, and human subjectivity". (Blanca de la Torre)

Collective exhibition at MUSAC (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León), Spain. Curatorship: Blanca de la Torre.
(June 17, 2017 – January 7, 2018)

"FUND A FOREST" Installation © Santiago Morilla 2016

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Thesis Research: "Artistic interventions in digital cartography"
Currently studying PhD in Fine Arts, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain.


Director: Josu Larrañaga Altuna
Investigation group at UCM University: "PRÁCTICAS ARTÍSTICAS Y FORMAS DE CONOCIMIENTO CONTEMPORÁNEAS"