Camins encontrats is a project that aims to explore two artworks by the same artist made on different times and give visibility to the relations between them, the author, the collector, the specialists and the audience in a particular space, the Fundació Suñol. This second edition of Camins encontrats features two works by Antoni Miralda, one made in 1977 and the other on 2015.
In contrast to the two works we find two crucial aspects in the artist’s creative research: the radical approach to the collective production of Fest für Leda, a work presented in 1977 in documenta 6 of Kassel, as well as the anthropological analysis of the processes of ritualization of FoodCulturaMuseum, from which you can see the piece 46 ossos, that was part of the show What you want is what you get presented at the gallery Moisés Pérez de Albéniz in 2015.
This project is designed, conceptualized and coordinated by Enric Franch.
Photos: Santi Periel