|Cuándo:||27 jun de 2019 - 14 sep de 2019|
|Inauguración:||27 jun de 2019 / 22:00|
|Dónde:||Galería Pedro Cera / Rua do Patrocínio, 67 E / Lisboa, Portugal|
|Organizada por:||Galería Pedro Cera|
"We Didn’t Mean To Break It, (But It’s Ok, We Can Fix It)” gathers works by five artists living in Asia whose practices are oblique but incisive responses to the observations they make of their social, cultural, and/or political environments. Besides being relatively close, geographically (Asia at large), what essentially brings these works together is the faculty of these artists to boldly transform personal impressions into complex, yet visually exhilarating languages. Their work echoes contemporary universal truths, such as the effects of rampant urbanisation, the vanishing of local heritage, and our human propensity to respond to these via escapism and dream-like clichés. Each one of these artists creates images in response to their immediate surroundings in a range of mediums spanning from video, sculpture, installation, to object and painting. Their outputs are personal and meaningful to them, but they are also available to be invested by the audience for ultimately, these narratives, landscapes, and concerns, aren’t so far away from our general human condition.