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Capses (2006)

Pere Formiguera has opened the Pandora's box. Redesigning a new vision of contemporary still life. (...) The author clueless and innocently is looking for fingerprints, traces of the traveler througth the symbolic objects of everyday life. (...) Pere Formiguera's pictures remember Jaseph Cornell, causing all three dimensions. But these machines to diabolical thinking also contains, discovered or rediscovered artifacts, creators of artistic truth. This is where Duchamp pop in. Therefore, the topography of these symphonies sings of death and life at the same time and evidence as being worn forms. Some still life that work supposedly inert matter while they alive it because they claim the present. .


Ricard Planas

Fragment of the text for the exhibition catalog