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09.09.2015

Le Palais

Páramo, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México
August 1, 2015 – September 12, 2015

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1 EXT. CALLE – MADRUGADA

PERSONAJE (V.O.)

Me encuentro viajando en el asiento trasero de un
automóvil. La calle está vacía. A un extremo de mi
visión se puede percibir que ya casi es de día. La
luz proveniente de los semáforos se refleja en el
pavimento desarticulándolo todo. Finalmente me doy
cuenta: todo es ordinario y el hombre no es más que
un personaje aferrado a “la ficción más profunda en
el corazón de lo real.”


Adrián S. Bará (Mexico City, 1982) lives and works in Guadalajara. Bará’s art practice combines his education and experience as a filmmaker, his interest for visual narratives, and his empirical approaches to everyday situations. His work is generated through the appropriation of visual elements and materials taken from his immediate environment. They are presented as traces of a story of contemporar y reality and are arranged as fragments to compose new narratives. Recent museum exhibitions include: “Leviatán” at the Museo de Arte Raúl Anguiano (MURA) and “Tinnitus y Fosfenos” at the Museo de Arte Zapopan (MAZ) in 2014. Bará was the cinematographer for “The Solitude of Memory”. The film was included in the Cannes Film Festival 2015 and he was a guest at the “Semaine de la Critique”. The film also won in the Slamdance Film Festival of that same year.

http://www.paramogaleria.com/

Courtesy of Páramo, Guadalajara

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