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20 October, 2010

The project, organised by ArtAids, is driven by a desire to increase awareness of the need for prevention and to reflect on the feelings of people living with HIV. The curator of the exhibition, Miquel Bardagil, sees it as the culmination of a project that began in 2008 and encompasses a very wide range of activities, some in collaboration with other institutions. In general, most of the artists participating in the project had not previously worked with the subject of Aids in any significant way, and thus the exhibition avoids predictable approaches and opens up new ways of seeing. The idea of the exterior –the “outside” in the exhibition’s title– is linked to that of being outdoors. This concept is the starting point for the exhibition, allowing us an insight into the experience of HIV-positive people, and also structures the exhibition and the work of the artists. It is a starting point – even if it leads us elsewhere in the end.A particular vision from the outside in, from several generations of artists and from different disciplines such as installation, photography, painting and video. ‘On the Outside Looking In’ is the first project carried out by the ArtAids Foundation in Barcelona, the city where its local and international activities will be developed from now on.


Francesc Abad – LEBENSWELT. La Cultura és un ganivet que s´endinsa en el futur. Diaris del pensar 6. Apunts 2002. Ignasi AballíLínia vermella Iñaki ÀlvarezLa vida podría ser esto (Ara resulta que sóc un heroi) Roger BernatVosaltres Jordi CanudasMàcula. La vida en blanc Biel CapllonchWhere the clouds are far behind me Pep DardanyàLab. 50 Alícia FramisTacones para hombres (Framis for Men) Núria GüellRte. Sanatorio de los Cocos, Habana Campo. Cuba Jean-Charles HueCarne viva Cova MacíasLa cita Anna Maríndar T Josep-Maria MartínEl jardiner astrònom Marina NúñezVisión (3) Antonio OrtegaTrad as I Santiago OrtizPlasma Javier PeñafielVíctima de diagnóstico L. A. RaevenDead Man Walking Job RamosRes s’assembla a allò esperat i mentrestant descarreguem la nostra impaciència Erich WeissRes no ha canviat / Nothing has changed (A tribute to Keith Haring)

With the support of:
Meliá Hotel de la Reconquista, Oviedo
UTE Centro Penitenciario de Villabona, Llanera
Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial
Laboral Ciudad de la cultura
Sala de Exposiciones del Banco Herrero

Projecte  Màcula. La vida en blanc_ UTE Centre Penitenciari de Villabona (Astúries) 2010

Jordi Canudas