Cushion Amanhã Não Há Arte, Carla Filipe
The place occupied by the cushions represents share and discuss ideas.
In the exhibiton the artist creates a space that is meant to be a meeting place, for the spontaneous exchange of idea. These islands of cushions suggest the idea of a public space, enabling strangers to become acquainted.
Creat your own space of sharing and meeting with this artist edition cushion.
Carla Filipe (Vila Nova da Barquinha, Portugal, 1973) is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice critically explores the relationship between art objects, culture and activism. Anchored in drawing, personal experiences and in the concept of autobiography as an experimental archive of contemporaneity, Filipe’s creative process is the outcome of appropriating artefacts and documents that build a singular form of social portrait and, simultaneously, self-portraiture.
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