Video and Music by Jep Brengaret.
WHAT THE BLOGS SAID:
"The exhibition left us open-mouthed. I found myself floating among pieces that I didn’t understand, but which fascinated me. Eyes wide open, smiling. I felt something that had been missing for a long time come back. A delight for art had returned. The shock of something that was really new, something unexpected.” (My Sweet Etcetera).
"Once we had entered the room it was just dazzle and enjoyment. It was the discovery of the people that seriously dedicate themselves to these things (from artists to healers, from administrators of cultural politics to the public that appreciated these hybridations) that provoke and produce surprising wonders". (Interlink Headlines / Argentina)
"Souls and Machines" picked up my spirits. Saw the famous Picasso “Guernica” and some Dali pieces. Nothing else was as amazingly mind-blowing after the Machines exhibit". (Redifine Mag)
"This art makes us think about human ingenuity, its intelligence, about technological development, but also, these machines make us smile, they frighten us, the make us believe in mythological animals with their own lives, that is to say that they wake up our imagination. In few words, these machines do not only make us participants in art, but they awaken our emotions and our feelings". (Art Blogspot)