The individual exhibition Es lo que es [It is what it is] by Tanit Plana, curated by Moritz Neumüller, shows the artistic evolution of the photographer Tanit Plana, from the project Yayos [Grandparents] (2001) -which won the Descubrimientos PHE 2002 prize –up to her most recent series, The Woods of Code, which includes the site-specific installation Aquí no hay nada que ver, dispérsense [Here there is nothing to see, please disperse] made expressly for the exhibition.
“Where would you put a room for the kids?”
This project arises from this question. From building a place and a way of living. From building a space which is able to evolve and grow with its inhabitants, according to their tastes and needs, and turn into two rooms. Which becomes Jan’s and Bruna’s home.
The radial configuration and the vertical development of the space allow a stratified organization, which adapts each floor to the requirements of the format of each one of the exhibited series.
The multiplicity of exhibiting formats ranges over:
small-formatted artworks distributed around the radial niches on the ground floor, where a sofa in the center allows a global overview; big-formatted ones depicting the series Infrarojo cercano [Closed Infrared] on the first floor;
On the second floor large-formatted wallpapers immersing the visitor into the photos from the series Escala y fragmento [Scale and Fragment];
On the third floor: entomological boxes recollecting the pieces from The Woods of Code;
A group of semitransparent freely hanging images configuring the site-specific installation Aquí no hay nada que ver, dispérsense [Here there is nothing to see, please disperse].
Disseny expositiu Queralt Suau | Comissari executiu Moritz Neumüller | Disseny gràfic Ana Dominguez | Construcció i instal·lació Intervento | Fotografies Tanit Plana | Lloc Sala Canal Isabel II
© QueraltSuau, 2019