With the help of KOYAC, a project to promote contemporary art collecting, young European artists will perform at Wakana Lake Reunion during the next 18, 19 and 20 May.
In a “andalusian cortijo” in the middle of nature converted into a museum, and in the context of an exclusive festival of instrumental and electronic music, KOYAC will exhibit works by some of the artists who the original gallery offers on its platform, coming from galleries from different parts of Europe. In addition, the exhibition will be complemented with site specific works made by some of these artists, completely integrated in the nature of the place.
We will have the proposal of the British Simon Linington, this consists of several wooden plates engraved with surprising messages, the visitors can discover it when walking around the site. For his part, James Lomax will make a series of five interventions in the forest, creating a mesh woven with construction adhesive that, suspended between the trees and later illuminated, will create an interesting play of light and shadow. The Italian Marco Giordano, who usually worships the “domesticated nature”, will make an installation of his latest work, ‘Conjunctive Tissue’, in which with different fabric collages he questions the limits between the viewer and the artist, the owner and the author, or the amateur and the professional.
On the other hand, the renowned urban artists Mina Hamada and Zosen will develop a live performance in the traditional white façade of the cortijo with its murals full of color and rhythm, transmitting its good vibrations through its free and organic forms. These, together with other artists still to be confirmed, will make the meeting a perfect mix of music and art, contributing to the diffusing work carried out by KOYAC, demonstrating that contemporary art can and should be enjoyed by all audiences.