The local artistic collective DOMA is back in Buenos Aires, after 10 years without making unpublished art exhibitions in Argentina. This is an exhibition includes the interdisciplinary work done in over 1 year of production of specific artworks for a Huge Exhibition in the reopening of the renewed Sala Cronopios. A work team with more than 40 people is working with technicians, artists, photographs, assistant and producers distributed from all over the world, connecting Buenos Aires to São Paulo (Brazil), Amsterdam (Dutch) and Italy. Pieces and objects are reflecting about the effects of advanced capitalism, the acceptance of the sense of being and the loss of life very essence. Nowadays, the Doma collective is addressed by Orilo Blandini and Julian Manzelli.
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“Life is a line between two points; someone who has the luck of experimenting it has also the right and freedom to give to that line the shape he wants. However, nowadays, it seems to nobody is willing to accept those rights or freedom; on the contrary, they are seeking obedience making their life less distinguished from the rest. We have been educated with a hypocritical freedom where you can only choose within predisposed options by the media, religions, parents, schools, politicians and technology, raising individuals in a complete captivity. We have reached a point where physical pleasure, the cult of the ego, brief incentives, success, power and money are the most important things and have displaced of the very essence of life. They have executed the only meaning of moving through the line between these two points, love. In that way, love is today the opposite of what it should be, is everything but freedom.”