Presentation of Coreotopías
6 February, 7:30 p.m.
Ivorypress invites you to the presentation of Coreotopías with the author, Miguel Braceli, in conversation with the artist Alexander Apóstol.
COREOTOPÍAS is an artists’ book that compiles the most recent work that Miguel Braceli has produced in different Latin American landscapes. His works are carried out as choreographic discourses about land in which the body retraces the landscape through collective actions. They are temporary occupations that seek a common goal: to build utopian realities that question what has been given.
The works are presented in the book as a continuous landscape, through a foldaway object. Its pages create a robust line; a malleable sculpture that can be manipulated by the reader by approaching the tactile content of the works that appear in the book. The relationship between matter, the body and space, is a research topic that the author recreates in this piece; half-way between a photobook and an artist’s book.
Miguel Braceli (Venuezuela-Spain) is an architect and visual artist. He has carried out his artistic practice in several fields, spanning Land Art, performance art and relational art. His work has been shown in galleries, salons and art biennials in Latin America and the United States. Most of his body of work consists of large-scale ephemeral works on public space, with interventions in Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, the United States, Spain, Chile and Venezuela.