“Circular” gathers four female artists to reflect on the role of instructions in artistic practices and to bring art closer to pleople through an interactive experience. In the midst of a period of lockdown in which social and physical distances have been the rule, art is able to overstep the restrictions of everydaylife through imagination. In this context, Circular seeks to shift the aesthetic experience from conventional art exhibition venues to the intimate space, without compromisin the safety of those participants who join to this dynamic. 

Thus, Paola de Anda (Mexico City, 1979), Fernanda Barreto (São Paulo, 1988), María Cerdá Acebrón (Madríd, 1984) and Karla Leyva (Monterrey, 1979) introduce four posters with steps to carry out or develop an artwork.