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Hic et Nunc

José Miguel Cano Álvarez’s creative processes come largely from the continuous interaction he has with his reality.  In the most recent artistic productions, the artist addresses issues related to power, the relationships established  through it and how it is evidenced in specific historical events (universal and national). He is particularly interested  in the limits of ethics, morality and how the establishment operates. The medium in his works is subject to the idea.  Among those that are used the most are installation, drawing, photography and 3D animations.

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Digital Summer Show 2022

Organised in collaboration with international art schools and universities, Digital Summer Show celebrates the diversity and energy of talented artists from all over the world while promoting new perspectives on digital creativity.

Digital Summer Show 2022

Hic et Nunc

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