„The work of Ingibjorg Magnadottir is rooted in literature and theatre. In her works, sometimes performances, sometimes films, the artist mingles unconventional and non-narrative elements stemming from the surrealism of the most psychoanalytical Breton, the Dadaist power of Tzara and the Nordic contribution of the neo-avant-gardes of the sixties: Fluxus and SUM, from Dieter Roth to Magnus Palsson. In this short film we find some themes dear to the artist, such as personal relationships, the relationship between mother and daughter, but also an atavistic and primitive relation between nature and humanity, between spaces, forms and behaviours. In this universe, the emotions immediately become gestures without being sifted by reason, the dialogues are fragmented and cryptic and some details are lost. Though the overall meaning of the story is powerful and immediate„
The Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery,in the main square of Gibraltar, presents the other two sections of the exhibition: “Closest Voices” will consist of site-specific works developed in Gibraltar: In a Low Voice by the Swiss artist Miki Tallone; Dancing Under the Shadows, by the Gibraltarian artist Ambrose Avellano; Spaceship Command and the installation This is Little Constellation by the duo from San Marino Rita Canarezza & Pier Paolo Coro; Magins by Hekla Dögg Jónsdóttir from Iceland and Kitchen by the Gibraltarian group Creative Gibraltar.
“Other Voices” consists of other works by artists who are particularly significant for the Little Constellation network: Doris Drescher, Barbara Geyer, Pierre Portelli, Irena Lagator, Lito Kattou and Leontios Toumpouris, Mark Mangion with Elias & Yousef Anastas, who have worked specially for “The Voices of the Sirens” in relation to specific features of their countries: Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta and Montenegro.„
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