Through poetical analogies of nature and anthropogenic events, Rodrigo Ímaz's practice emphasizes the inadequacies of instrumental reason, while critiquing contemporary society by exploring the violent nature of the relationship between life and cycles of nature.
Alejandro Botubol (b. 1979, Cádiz, Spain). Graduated From BFA Painting and Design, University of Fine Arts in Seville (2007); followed by MFA Art, Idea and Production, University of Fine Arts, Seville (2012). In 2012 he received Grant for development international artistics projects, Directed by Antonio López and Juan F. Lacomba sponsored by Valentín Madariaga Foundation, Spain.
An essential character of his work that has not changed is the constant and persistent exploration of the space phenomena. The images also arise without human figures.
Currently, researchs on internal and symbolic elements in art of all age. The absence of gravity, timelessness and the rescued object, are largely the fundamental aspects of his recent work.
Botubol has participated in residency programs such as 2013 International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) Brooklyn, New York. Residency Unlimited (RU), Brooklyn, NY. Flux Factory, LIC, New York. 2012 Valentín of Madariaga Foundation, “Sevilla Talento”, Seville. 2012 Quintanar´s Palace of Segovia, Royal Academie of Art and History Saint Quirce, Segovia, Spain. 2010 Professorship Francisco de Goya, Caja de Ávila and Complutense´s University of Madrid, Ávila. 2010 Artist in Residence; “Periféricos”, Alfonso Ariza Museum, La Rambla, Córdoba, Spain. 2007 Rodríguez Acosta Foundation, Ministery of Culture, Granada.