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Bosco Sodi in an exhibition that investigates the relationship between nature and culture

Tags: Bosco Sodi/ Museo Espacio / Wirikuta / Nicolas Bourriaud

Bosco Sodi, Untitled, 2015

The Museo Espacio presents, from November 3rd, the show Wirikuta (Mexican Time Slip). Wirikuta is the name of the sacred site where the world has been created, according to the Huichol mythology. The show gathers work of 8 artists whose productions are part of a dialogue between man and nature.


Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, the exhibition consists of videos, paintings and sculptures. Wirikuta (Mexican Time Slip) aims to work as a setting where nature, urban and mechanical elements mix together, showing how artists today face the relationship between nature and culture. Among the invited artists by Nicolas Bourriaud is Bosco Sodi (Cidade do México, 1970) that presents two of his paintings and one exclusive installation. 

Wirikuta (Mexican Time Slip) intends to show how contemporary art can anticipate, through aesthetic, a new nature. The Exhibition is open until April 30th, 2017.


For more information, please visit the museum's website.