Daño | Espacio Aglutinador

Daño | Spacio Aglutinador 1994 site-specific graphite wall drawing, acrylic on bed sheets, mattresses and broken light bulbs; curated by Sandra Ceballos, Ezequiel Suarez y Orlando Hernández, at Espacio Aglutinador, Havana

“Until now, Glexis’ work had seemed directed to the others. Only the others and very little himself. It had been a rather exteriorist, active, positive, even combative, critical work. Whether it was “romantic” or “practical”, it had lacked (or jealously concealed) a large part of its objectivity, its emotionality. He had avoided registering, penetrating himself. He had fought, if you will, against more or less abstract but recognizable enemies: politicians, artists, religious, assembled – like a great dragon with several heads – in what he called El Poder, which he could mock or ironic. “

Orlando Hernández Espacio Aglutinador, Havana 1994