Cruzvillegas in Sensory Spaces
For the twelfth edition of the Sensory Spaces series, the Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas will present a site-specific installation. Cruzvillegas – best known for his installation in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern in 2015 – builds his sculptures from found materials, a principle he calls ‘autoconstrucción’. His work is an expression of human reality: unpredictable, raw and unstable but also powerful and energetic.
About Sensory Spaces
These qualities also characterise his water trilogy, the first two parts of which were shown in Paris and Tokyo. The trilogy is a reflection on universal environmental problems and local issues. He has created the concluding part of the trilogy specially for Sensory Spaces 12.
Sensory Spaces is on show in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen from October 14th 2017 until January 28th 2018.