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Patricia Domínguez and Antonia Taulis

Click here for the English version of the poster (Quantum earth) or here to download the Spanish version.

Tierra Cuántica is a work conceived by artists Patricia Domínguez and Antonia Taulis that conveys new forms of artistic, spiritual and affective connection highlighted during the pandemic. The drawing is a synthesis of a particular vision of the world shared by the artists, which in turn resonates with a larger global conversation. It shows a portal of ancestral and future sensibilities, of social proximity, of words that magnetise organic technologies. The drawing functions as placeless map, a centre without periphery; created to take understanding down to the feet and clear the mind. This collaboration was thought to be exhibited in the streets of Chile (and other placeless locations), and be activated through bodies, in a radical connection with the living.

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Patricia Domínguez Claro is an artist, educator and defender of the living. Bringing together experimental research on ethnobotany, healing practices, and the corporatization of wellbeing, her work focuses on tracing relationships of labor, affection, obligation and emancipation among living species in an increasingly complex cosmos. Her main projects have been exhibited at Gwangju Biennale, Gasworks London, Transmediale Berlin, Seoul Museum of Art, Museo Thyssen Bornemisza, Museo del Barrio, Bronx Museum, and FLORA ars+natura among others. She has recently been the recipient of the SIMETRIA prize to participate in a residency at CERN, Switzerland (2021) and contributed to books such as Health (MIT Press/Whitechapel: Documents of Contemporary Art, 2020). She is currently director of the ethnobotanical platform Studio Vegetalista. To see more of Patricia Domínguez's work click here.

Antonia Taulis is a visual artist and editor. Based on elements of sacred architecture, her work delves into human spaces dedicated to the spiritual, through visual proposals that range from light boxes to interventions in the landscape. She is the founder of the mural magazine Mercvria and the publishing house of the same name.