This exhibition takes its title from a quote by the poet Ramón Llull, serving as a starting point from which six contemporary Spanish artists, through site-specific projects, reflect on the capacity of art to generate and multiply affections. The desire to connect with the land, to generate links and rescue knowledge, is a theme that becomes especially relevant when approached from a rural context, where artistic creation can be a powerful tool to help us think about new ways of living in community, approaching the challenges of the present through intuitive thinking.
¡Doblad mis amores! encompasses six projects that have been thought for the church of San Martín and at the same time overflow it, since its objective and scope has to do with learning to relate to each other from vulnerability and, ultimately, as the title indicates, of duplicating affections.
Photos by Roberto Ruiz