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To experience Santiago Pinyol installation is to fulfill the dream of miniaturizing oneself. To enter the deeper texture of things, or our representation of things more accurately. Browse through dimensional schematic graphs, ie, the molecular structures of what exists. And it’s funny to think that these molecules represented there are in turn processed and assimilated by the body, as in an extended adventure into the chemistry of the travel. The chemistry of celebration, the feast physiologically internalized. The chemicals go deep down. In this dispersion exercise, we evidence the material of which revelry is made of, the reality of one of the most consumed drugs in this city, which is not pure cocaine, duh. It is a mixture of substances as diverse as cement, flour and aspirin, a cocktail designed based on the economy and the monochrome. The aesthetics of vice.

Natalia Valencia