Touching with your eyes, seeing with your hands.
The exhibition Táctica Sintáctica, curated by the Argentinian visual artist Diego Bianchi in collaboration with poet and curator Mariano Mayer, goes against the rules of the museum to give space to the body. The artworks are scattered in the rooms: some partially hidden, others can only be viewed if visitors are willing and able to crouch, climb or kneel.
The radical question is: What kind of movement and identities are hidden and reflected in art exhibitions? And what does the body itself want?