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Hold fast to that which is good, 2010 Black Rubber, Muslin, Tempera, Video Projection © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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Beauty of My Curse, 2010 Drawing © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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Smitey, 2010 Plastic Sculpture © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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El Arte Es Basura, 2010 Found Object, Paint © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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Reading, 2010 Video © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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Malos Hábitos, 2010 © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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Digitally Manipulated Print © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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Beauty of My Curse, 2010 Drawing © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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Jo, 2010 © BLASFEMIA'SHOW 2010
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BLASFEMIA'SHOW

C/ PAMPLONA 56-58
08005 - BCN
Barcelona
Spain
May 21st, 2010 - May 24th, 2010
Opening: May 21st, 2010 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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SCHOOL ASSOCIATION:  
Central Saint Martins - UAL

DESCRIPTION

Blasphemy in Plato Pamplona features artists selected from across Europe, the UK and North America, working in media spanning painting, sculpture, performance, photography, installation, illustration and video. It is the first of a series of shows that will visit London, Dublin, Paris and Milan as well as Barcelona.

 

Transforming an industrial space in the emerging art centre of Plato Pamplona, in Barcelona, Blasphemy questions the limits and meaning of blasphemy in an increasingly secular age. Artists and audiences are encouraged to explore the idea of with whom and with what can we commit blasphemy. Issues such as culture, religion, politics, standards, sex, new technologies, wars, sacrifices and the normalisation of blasphemy are investigated in this provocative and playful show.

 

A number of artists exhibiting in this show also form part of the Gadje Collective. These include: Alix Marie, Helene Butler, Sydney Southam, Konrad Wyrebek, Leo Cohen, Matthew Miles, Charlotte Kaye, Charles Garcin, Uli Blanchet, Anja Priska and Alice Walter.