Benet Rossell is primarily an interdisciplinary artist and researcher. Throughout his long career has developed a unique language based on micrographs, which are original ideograms and pictograms not
A selection of drawings and paintings where the use of line is the common element of the works of the selected artists.
In Yvan Erpeldinger's papers, the line draws figurative elements defining shapes, spaces and complementing colour in a series of works of great visual appeal.
In the work of Benet Rossell the Chinese ink line composes the typical characters of his works on paper, compositions of lines and strokes both suggestive and intimate.
In the work of Eduard Arranz-Bravo the line subtly follows the most figurative profiles of his characters. Figures between the human and animal, belonging to transfigurations and the dream imaginary of the artist.
The lines that Augustí Puig traces on his canvases are both spontaneous and precise. They express gestures that surprise by their strength and simplicity, lines that often oscillate between abstraction and figuration.
The title of the exhibition, "Online" also refers to the possibility for the public to experience this exhibition with a digital hypertext. We invite the visitor to scan the QR codes with their mobile device and to deepen the experience of the visit by accessing online content related to the artists and their works. “On line” is a door between the experience of real fruition of the artworks and the infinite possibilities offered by virtual content: interviews with artists, curators, workshop images, images of other works etc.
Yvan Erpeldinger, Benet Rossell, Eduard Arranz-Bravo, Agustí Puig