The Carulla Foundation Museum of Rural Life opens on March 4 at 6 p.m. the Generation [Re] exhibition. Continuity or change? and curated by Alex Rebollo and Anna M. Andevert, and the fourth sample of MVR's own production after The Dust Bowl, Plastic and Play with Fire.
Through the works of Joana Moll, Modest Cuixart, Núria Rion, Marc Anglès and Perejaume, the exhibition explores issues such as depopulation and repopulation, isolation and hyperconnectivity or immobility and the human capacity to transform their environment. with the intention of inviting the visitor to fertilize resilient communities.
The exhibition Generation [Re]. Continuity or change? addresses the moments of crisis as starting points in which society decides what it wants to be and the future it will have. Drawing a parallel with the phylloxera crisis, the exhibition uses contemporary art, the search for data and the promotion of transformative projects to propose to the public a journey with a central axis: the community as a tool for maintaining balance.
The exhibition can be visited until January 8, 2023.