Anna Irina Russell and Roc Jiménez de Cisneros will work together for the first time in a collaboration to be presented at MACBA.
Anna Irina Russell. Her artistic practice uses play as a tool for her research on codes of communication and interaction. She enjoys working on ways to transmit information and the manipulation of that transmission, through the emphasis of certain pre-established structures when we communicate. She works with both the distortion and folding of her materials, as well as inhabiting the interference in actions where she questions the spectators or participants in a more direct way. She is one of Hangar's resident artists and has recently shown her work in spaces such as the Bombon Projects gallery, CCCB, SWAB, Fundació Suñol and Fundació Vila-Casas.
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros. His work explores deformation processes applied to the post-acid house culture. He is a member of the computer-music group EVOL together with Scottish artist Stephen Sharp, and his music has been published on record labels such as Diagonal, Editions Mego, Entr'acte, Presto!?, SuperPang or Hypermedium. The scope of his work also extends to the visual arts, with installations that use light and synchronicity with sound to offer moments of cognitive disfluency.