The exhibition brings together photographic work by Lluís Tudela made between 2017 and 2019.
With the title “Cap de fibló”, the exhibition proposes a sensory journey through the images; a selection of photographs loaded with symbolic elements and dual compositions.
The motivation of the project is to approximate the role of the image to its psychic faculty, generating sensations that can go beyond its observation.
Together with the exhibition in Mecànic, it will come out a publication from Noom Boks with the photographs and texts of the project.
The photographer Lluís Tudela (Torroella de Montgrí, 1988), has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Tudela’s work is part of the experimentation of photographic language as an expressive and documentary medium. His speech explores the human psyche and the relationship with the ways of seeing; His photographs claim to be a vehicle of aesthetic sensations. At the same time, it carries out commercial and editorial orders.
Baix Ter was his first solo exhibition, exhibited at the Ñ Gallery (Valdívia, Chile) in 2015. His work has been published on online platforms such as Splash & Grab (UK), Paper Journal (UK), Der Greif (Germany), Ignant (Germany) or Booooooom (Canada), and in print publications such as Exit Magazine (Spain), Balam Magazine (Argentina), The ones we love (USA), VUU Collective’s Super Special (USA), If you leave (UK) or Errr Magazine (Mexico). In November 2016, he launched Mist, a photo quaderno with Sunday Mornings (UK), and in April 2018, his first monographic book, Mal de Tierra, edited by Clandestine Books (Spain-Mexico).
He recently presented the exhibition A vision of Earth Evil in Space Place by Nizhny Tagil (Russia) and has collaborated with Catalonia in Venice: To lose your head for the present Venice Biennale 2019, where he exhibits a series of photographs.