LIBIA CASTRO & ÓLAFUR OLAFSSON: YOUR COUNTRY DOESN’T EXIST

"Installation Your country doesn't exist of Castro & Olafsson"

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Your Country Doesn’t Exist is the current exhibition on display at the CAAC (Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo) which showcases the latest works of Libia Castro (Spain) and Ólafur Olafsson (Iceland). Multidisciplinary artists with a conceptual approach, Castro and Ólafsson have been working together since 1997 using many different techniques to express their view of life. In that way, installations, videos, photographs, public interventions and texts collaborate to give away a sound sense of reality.

The exhibition is a combination of various projects like Your Country Doesn’t Exist, Constitution of the Republic of Iceland and Everybody is Doing What They Can all of them exploring top global topics including politic, economy, immigration, labour or identity.

Your Country Doesn’t Exist is opened to the public until 12 February 2012.

Currently Castro and Ólafsson are also at the National Gallery of Iceland with their work Under Deconstruction. This exhibition will run until 19 February.

Rocio Troncoso

More information: CAAC (Spanish-English).

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