By Sybaris

María Cerdá (Madrid, 1984) is visual artist, researcher and teachers. One of the central points of her work pointed out to question the hegemonic narratives of history. She is part of Circular, the newest project by Sybaris.

Cerdá thinks about her practice as critical device able to reformulate imaginaries and conventional narratives from the recent past.

María Cerdá is part of Circular, the most recent—a now active— curatorial project by Sybaris, that gathers four female artists to reflect on the role of instructions in artistic practices and aims to bring art closer to people through an interactive experience.

Each of the four artists create a poster with a series steps for the audiencie to follow and make an artistic piece or action. The poster itself is an art piece that is available for free download: https://www.sybariscollection.com/circular-instructions-for-artitistic-ptractice/

For this project, Cerdá designed the action  How to paint with the Sun in which the instructions are an invitation to explore the multiple possibilities of the sunlight to create forms and colors.

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