Sidereal/Human Architectures
Anastasia Kosmadaki & Emile Pierret
We are very honored to present the artistic prize residency Espronceda/ArBA-EsA in cooperation  with the Académie royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles - École supérieure des Arts (ArBA-EsA). We are thankful to the director Charlie Taché of the Gallery Tat Art of Barcelona for his contribution as a member of the jury of the prize.

This project represents Espronceda’s philosophy on the importance of a good contemporary practice on the relation between universities, academies, and centers of art: "Sidereal/ Human Architectures” is the aesthetic synthesis of the young artists Anastasia Kosmadaki’s and Emile Pierre’s artistic research. They propose a new and critical look on how to create and use different techniques to re-connect the human being with the space and the imagination.
The exhibition shows the young artist’s sculptures who work with space processes from the peripheries with an attentive listening to the spatiality of the reality and the tangible and intangible world. Spatial aesthetics is an intervention into thought production systems, communication, and technology in presenting models that sometimes diverge, or create concrete alternatives of transformation, in so doing the viewer can enter into an imaginary, three-dimensional and entropic architecture of the reality and imagination, from utopia to dystopia and from dystopia to utopia.