The exhibit questions the representation and its significance from the arrangement of fragments that reflect on concepts such as belonging, territory, absence, and precariousness, sight and place.
Based on conceptualist strategies, Patricia Bentancur integrates objects, photographs, texts and films into her practice to promote interactive installations and participatory actions. Its objective is to put in dialogue works that, in their summation, facilitate the reading of contemporary invisibilized problematics of diverse scales. The global and local scenarios coexist to decentralize the view and relativize, in an equally poetic way that criticism, the apparent segmentation that can make us believe that a problem is not ours for the simple reason of not being close in its geography, culture or religion. Her work can be understood more as a contextualization of existence than as a record of it.