Because worth knowing and interpreting the false notion of development that is created from the construction of roads in a country, Digital T-Rex brings this photographic tour of the exhibition of Mario Opazo , ‘ So roads are made ‘ installed at the monument to Heroes in Bogota, with free admission and is open to the public until May 30, 2015 .
By: El Tiranosaurio Digital
Recreating a dream for which he was mugged one night, the Colombian- Chilean artist Mario Opazo , brings this work that leads us down the path of collective memory through the destruction of a road anyone, anywhere in the world.
fallen poles , lamps on the floor, temperate cables, barrels on the ground and flags silent before destruction, and all spinning a piano that holds a man , is what can not be lost in this exhibition which will be open until next May 30 at the monument to Heroes .
Using a multimedia installation in which we find sculptural , sound and audiovisual works , configured as a cluster ; the artist will make us explore the corners of this dismal place of the capital, to the deepest corner inside the fourth floor.
During the tour the sound of a telegraph message , transmission also will travel all over the place , among other sounds contemplates a record player , the ill-fated electrical toys and appliances , plus materials and ambient sounds are heard.
And finally, supported by musician Were Gil , ‘ So roads are made ‘ concludes with a moored at the end of the line of all objects piano, and playing it is the musician Gil , who under a stand of flags of countries Opazo has come in your life and with questions notes, interprets a piece that becomes a transcoding telegraph message .
Flags silent witness to the disaster and who will be present for you until May 30, 2015 on schedule Thursday Friday and Saturday from 5 to 7 pm on Highway 80 North street , in Bogota, Colombia .