The MADC, which is located in the National Center for Culture, opened this week during special hours, from Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. at 4:55 p.m.
MADC currently offers the exhibition “This Way”, which offers the work of three Costa Rican artists, three generations, three research processes, in a single project. Rossella Matamoros, Javier Calvo and Lucía Howell, are the artists who present thematic proposals such as space, territory, politics, history and institutionality; making the performance action the language with which the observer takes an active role in the sample.
In addition, MADC presents, in Room 1.1, the exhibition “Tensión”, by the Guatemalan artist Ana Werren. On this exhibition, MADC curator Daniel Soto Morúa commented that, “for Ana Werren, the body is a field of interactions that transforms – as a consequence of movement – the space that surrounds it. Under this premise, he experiments with his own body and takes it to the limit of physical and aesthetic tensions. The artist uses her body to take possession of it, control it, manipulate it, colonize it and finally, turn it into an object of self-knowledge and empowerment based on individual femininity ”.