Miguel Ángel Rego (ES 2018-2019)
In Soliloquium we see a person suffering from visual agnosia. Transparent objects are based on Santiago Ramón y Cajal’s drawings, pioneer of modern neurosciences. The transparency refers to Thomas Metzinger’s theory of experiencing reality without being conscious of the processes involved in its construction.
Miguel Ángel Rego Robles― Kunstenaar
Miguel Ángel Rego Robles (Madrid, 1985) is an artist and researcher who lives in Madrid, Spain. He studied Fine Arts at the Complutense University in Madrid and is currently working on his PhD at CSIC (Spanish National Research Council). He attained a Master degree in Art and Praxis at the Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, the Netherlands. He has exhibited his projects in Spain (MUSAC León, LABoral Gijón, Casal Solleric Palma, Fabra i Coats Barcelona, Galería Cero Madrid, Casa Velázquez Madrid among others) and internationally (Artrooms London, Celeste Prize London, The Showroom Arnhem, XX and XIX Bienal Cerveira Portugal, Charim Gallery Viena among others). He has lectured his research in Spain (CENDEAC Murcia, La Situación 2016 Cuenca, CSIC Madrid among others) and internationally (8th European Society for the History of Science London, Centro de Investigación en Arte, Materia y Cultura Buenos Aires among others).