Exhibition for Tequila Patrón a collaboration with Guillermo del Toro
"The oldest and most intense emotion of humanity is fear, and the oldest and most intense of fears is the fear of the unknown"
The lands of Lovecraft are the cradle of cosmicism, unknown places where impenetrable mysteries live. A philosophy where the human being becomes insignificant compared to the immensity of the universe.
What is our origin? What is beyond of? What existed before the human being? These are questions that lurk us day by day in our metaphysical vacuum, they are the engine of a search that can only have answers outside this world or in dimensions paraleased to it.
The human being has created its own rules and concepts to have control over their societies and their own fears. He has defined as good what relatively does not hurt us and vice versa. He has differentiated good from evil. Being the traditions and cultural agreements the only thing that saves us from the infinity of time and space. But what happens where these codes do not exist? What happens where these concepts become relative and viable?
Infinite spaces is a sample that explores these sublime abysses so incomprehensible to the human being, these other worlds and their energies, trying to materialize the immaterial through the only thing we know as infinite as this universe, art.
Curator: Athens B. Uriz