From: 6.10.2014 - 19.11.2014
The ideas of North and South belong to that group of abstract ideas which nearly always are defined by negation: the south is everything the north isn’t, and vice versa. The south is often imagined, from the north, as a warm, ebullient, colourful, exuberant and fertile space. Meanwhile, from the south, the north is above all cold, white, silent and endless. Iñaki Bonillas set himself the task of exploring, in these works, his own ideas which he, a man from the south, had of the north. To do this, he undertook a journey, but it was one around his room. He thus went exploring into the furthest corner of the world, using only the tools he had closest to hand: photocopier, dinner plates, DVDs, books and, of course, the internet.