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“Teresa Solar Abboud: Machine Dream Bird“ on View From February 17 Through May 19, 2024, at CA2M

Teresa Solar Abboud, ‘Crushed by presure. Debris’ (detail), 2017. Photo: Roberto Ruiz

Madrid’s CA2M (Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo) Contemporary Art Museum presents “Machine Dream Bird,” a solo exhibition by Spanish artist Teresa Solar Abboud (b. 1985), on view from February 17 through May 19. Co-organized by CA2M and MACBA (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Barcelona), the exhibition will travel to the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin after its run at CA2M and MACBA.

In recent years, Teresa Solar Abboud has been creating large-scale installations that deal with resistance, hollowness, the body, and the structure of bone. The works in this exhibition use new materials to sculpt organic forms and explore the relationship between matter, language, and the physical body.

The new works take metaphoric forms of the flow of currents, voids, and the relationship between orifices and hollows. The museum’s first room is reminiscent of the uterine, with organic forms contrasting with the artificial texture of the materials. Suspended from the high ceiling of the second room are sculptures that compare bones to the shape of a kayak, and other sculptures represent the reproductive system.

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