26 October 2017 – 11 February 2018
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303, Colonia Granada, 11520 Mexico City
One of an influential generation of artists emerging in the 1990s, Parreno has pioneered new forms of art through collaboration, participation and choreographed encounters where ‘’the exhibition is conceived as a scripted space, like an automaton producing different temporalities, a rhythm, a journey, a duration.’’ His most ambitious installations have used systems to orchestrate the exhibition. These have included musical notations, weather patterns, and living organisms to trigger sound, video and lighting conditions within the gallery. For Museo Jumex, Parreno presents an expanded proposal over two floors. Combinations of new, existing and re-edited works are overlaid to produce different realities and experiences in an ever-changing composition.
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Image: Phiippe Parreno, The Crowd, 2015, Modulo Player 4 Flux with Windows 7 embedded, Rack 4U, PC core 17, FirePro video card.