Regreso a Jania (versión de la cárcel, EAC, 2010)

2010, Atelier 77, EAC, Box files | Biblioratos, Janus | Jano, Montevideo, Oil | Óleo, Studio Diaries | Diarios de taller, Uruguay

Coming back to Jania

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Ensayo en | rehearsal at Taller Maldonado 912, Octubre de | October, 2004. Foto | Photos: Horacio Cavallo.

Concierto Jánico #1, una performance para dos voces y dos guitarras sobre textos de J. L. Borges, e. e. cummings, Francisco Tomsich y Diego de Ávila, fue estrenado en la inauguración de la muestra Jania (diciembre de 2003) y realizado dos veces en 2004, en el ciclo de poesía Caramelos y Pimientos, y en Estuario, el encuentro binacional de poesía organizado por el colectivo editorial Artefato. Voces: Francisco Tomsich y Diego de Ávila. Guitarras: Vladimir Guicheff y Mauro Rodríguez.

Concierto Jánico #1 was a performance for two voices and two guitars produced for the exhibition Jania (2003) and repeated twice in 2004 (Caramelos y Pimientos cycle of poetry readings and Estuario international poetry festival). Texts: J. L. Borges, e. e. cummings, Francisco Tomsich, Diego de Ávila. Voices: Francisco Tomsich, Diego de Ávila. Guitars and improvisation: Vladimir Guicheff, Mauro Rodríguez.

2004, ASSOCIATIONS | ASOCIACIONES, Atelier | Taller Maldonado 912, Guicheff & Tomsich, Janus | Jano, Montevideo, Music | Música, Performance, Poetry | Poesía, Studio Diaries | Diarios de taller, STUDIOS | TALLERES, Uruguay

Concierto jánico

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2003, Banquitos de Varela, Box files | Biblioratos, Constructions and dismantlings | Construcciones y desmontajes, GIFS, Installations | Instalaciones, Janus | Jano, Montevideo, Oil | Óleo, Paintings | Pinturas, Paper | Papel, Photocopies | Fotocopias, Poetry | Poesía, Prints | Impresiones, Solo exhibitions | Muestras individuales, Uruguay

JANIA

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JANIA

 

Jania (National Institute for the Youth, Montevideo, Uruguay, December 2003) was an exhibition of paintings, texts, drawings, objects and a performance (Concierto Jánico, for two guitars and two voices). The mold of the double-faced Roman divinity Janus casted form and contents of each individual work and the installation as a whole: paintings (oil on box files) had two sides, texts (a group of fragments, prose poems and poems published in Israel in 2004) were dialogical (“jánicos”) or concerning to Janus and/or his hypotetical race, and so on. Texts and images were engaged with the dialectics of memory, as I used (and added to the book-like visual itinerary of the show) some photographies and remembrances from my childhood as starting points. I keep on working on and around the representation of Janus until today through drawings, photographies, sketches and projects. The book of Jania (2010-), a re-enactment and expansion of this liminar exhibition, is in progress. 

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Paintings (photographed in 2010) showed at Jania. See also: Jania Archives, 2005..

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REMERA DE JANIA

2003, Janus | Jano, Montevideo, Studio Diaries | Diarios de taller, Uruguay

REMERA DE JANIA

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