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Victor Ruiz Colomer

He graduated from UCL Slade in 2016. He received residencies and scholarships from CAFA (Guangzhou, 2014), UKW (Vienna, 2016) and Nerv Platforma, Slovakia (2020) among others. Through sculpture and its derived processes, his work explores movement and understands friction. During the last years he has been interested in the dynamism between people to self-organize as a structure. His projects take the form of parties, microeconomic systems, learning groups, dance exercises, energy self-sufficiency systems, stage sets, costumes, and other ways of containing change.

He has developed projects with Cordova (Barcelona, ​​2019), participates in the cycle "Gira tot gira" in Espai 13 of the Fundació Joan Miró with 'Cultiva detroit' (2019 to 2020), and recently in the exhibition 'Lifting Belly 'at CentroCentro (Madrid, 2020-2021). He has shown his work and carried out workshops and other educational projects in institutions such as SAC and MACBA (Barcelona) or CSC (Palermo). He has made set designs and costumes in 'Bereshit' (Sala Beckett, 2017), 'Here' (Sala Beckett & Volksbuehne, Barcelona-Berlin 2018) and Falsestaff (TNC, 2018).




Wednesday to friday from 11 a 14hand from 16 a 18h; saturday from 11 a 15h

Dilalica opens in May 2019 as an artistic experimentation centre run by Louis-Charles Tiar and Cati Bestard. Most of the projects will be new productions created and curated by the internal team, distributed between Madrid, Barcelona and New York.

The programme will combine its own research related to the artistic process itself, such as the creation of tools to generate works, the appropriation and tension between the physical format and the digital; with proposals that investigate more transversal questions about social constructions such as genre or architecture as a system. Curators and external agents will also be invited to participate and propose other exhibition research.

The Maio architects, whose practice is defined by working in physical spaces that allow theoretical positions to be materialised, are responsible for the gallery reform project. With the idea of blurring the boundaries of the white cube, they have made the minimum changes required to adapt the premises to the regulations, through very visible gestures. In the future, the space will be transformed according to its needs.

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