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Installation view of Rafael Domenech & Ernesto Oroza, "Hialeah Eléctrica — Metavector," 2021, photo by Zachary Balber, coutesy to Fredric Snitzer Gallery.

Hialeah Eléctrica – Metavector

The Bass Museum of Art presents a duo exhibition by Rafael Domenech and Ernesto Oroza “Hialeah Eléctrica – Metavector” through October 10.

The exhibition features a series of collaborative works by Cuban artists Domenech and Oroza, who share interests and explorations in architecture, urban planning, modes of material production and adaptive construction, as well as mutual histories as Cuban émigrés to Miami. They used references of the South Florida city, Hialeah, and Japanese architect Arata Isozaki as case-studies in their first joint museum exhibition. 

They constructed a site-specific installation that functions on three different levels: artistic project, index, and archive. By using Computer Numerical Control (CNC) technology, the artists reworked quotidian elements along with photos, newspaper, and typographical ephemera from their archive to construct their visual investigations. “Instead of using the exhibition to show results, we want to use the exhibition as a tool to produce research– this process is open to developing pedagogical and participatory protocols with our collaborators,” said Domenech and Oroza.

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