Posts Tagged: Franscisco Goya

Like a dog returns to its vomit.

For the next project, I’m working on the “diverted” version of Los Caprichos. As I have previously mentioned, Jake and Dinos Chapman have reviewed Goya’s work at “Like a dog returns to its vomit”. For my piece, I’m referencing the

Like a dog returns to its vomit.

For the next project, I’m working on the “diverted” version of Los Caprichos. As I have previously mentioned, Jake and Dinos Chapman have reviewed Goya’s work at “Like a dog returns to its vomit”. For my piece, I’m referencing the

“What goes around, comes around”.

“What goes around, comes around”.  Based on Goya’s etching “Se quebró el cántaro”, “What goes around, comes around” explores a new way to create a “nasty interaction”. This piece is a game of power, between an unbeatable puppet and an

“What goes around, comes around”.

“What goes around, comes around”.  Based on Goya’s etching “Se quebró el cántaro”, “What goes around, comes around” explores a new way to create a “nasty interaction”. This piece is a game of power, between an unbeatable puppet and an

Sonar 2014 and Goya

The Sonar festival is one of the most influent festivals in Europe. Not only by lining-up the most interesting bands and DJ’s of Advanced music, but for being a showroom of digital technology in arts. Every year, the festival presents

Sonar 2014 and Goya

The Sonar festival is one of the most influent festivals in Europe. Not only by lining-up the most interesting bands and DJ’s of Advanced music, but for being a showroom of digital technology in arts. Every year, the festival presents

Summary of Los Caprichos. (EXTENDED VERSION)

Los Caprichos de Goya is a series of 80 etchings made by Franscisco Goya in 1799. Trough an artist’s dream, Goya creates scenes where he talks about superstition, absurdity and lack of enlightenment in the spanish society of the late 18th

Summary of Los Caprichos. (EXTENDED VERSION)

Los Caprichos de Goya is a series of 80 etchings made by Franscisco Goya in 1799. Trough an artist’s dream, Goya creates scenes where he talks about superstition, absurdity and lack of enlightenment in the spanish society of the late 18th