Txomin Badiola is one of the leading exponents of the movement known as ‘New Basque Sculpture’. He draws on references to art world phenomena and political events in order to perform a kind of anthropological deconstruction of the history of art. His installations give off a great emotional and sensory power and also reflect a desire to reveal the complex structure of the work of art in a very broad historical, social and political context. For the exhibition Malas formas, MACBA assembled thirty-six works and new editions of his videos. This catalogue includes some of the works in the show, as well as a text by Lóránd Hegyi, a range of critical notes on Badiola’s work, and interviews by Sáenz de Gorbea, Kevin Power, Miren Eraso and Manel Clot.