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"The collection of works invites the viewer to immerse themselves in a more intimate state of consciousness and to inhabit it in a personal and unique way. In a fast-paced and dizzying world, the exhibition seeks to open a window to the practice of meditation, deep observation, and intuition."
It's a group of artistic research composed of Lupe Barcelo, Rosario Briones, Elisa Bunge, Alec Franco, Bimbi Larraburu, Kalil Llamazares, and Laura Saint-Agne. Their aim is to generate a field of collective artistic action, experimentation, empowerment of individualities, and impact on the culture of their time. Charco is a breeding ground, it's hybridization, it's transformative expansion, it's fluid, nurturing, and fertile exchange, it's vitality in action. Charco is a diverse ecosystem of practices, habits, languages, and procedures. Charco splashes. It expands. Charco is art here and now.