Clara Godes, Nil Joan, Òscar Clarissó
Després de tot, arribar a res
The exhibition “Després de tot, arribar a res”, presented at Homesession as part of ArtNou, is made up of the artistic proposals of Clara Godes, Nil Joan and Òscar Clarissó. Their projects explore in an archaeological way the biography of the materials that conform different spaces: urban, rural and digital. The three artists aim to find disruptive elements within the apparent linear succession of the productive chain of materials and, at the same time, to activate that which could have changed the evolution of the narratives associated with different objects, images and spaces.
Curated by the artist Helena Vinent, this exhibition is the result of three research projects developed with the support of the Teaching Innovation Group “Art, Profession and Teaching” of the Department of Visual Arts and Design of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona.
Clara Godes (Premià de Mar, 1999). Fourth year student of the Fine Arts degree at the University of Barcelona. She is initiated in the world of art in the studio of the painter Rafe Serra, where she receives an academic training. Her first works are pictorial, marked by an interest in the body and its transit through different aspects of everyday life. Later, he incorporated other disciplines into his work, focusing on communication technologies, social networks and the Internet.
Nil Joan (Cabra del Camp, 1995). He is currently a student of the Degree in Fine Arts, in his last year. He has previously studied a superior degree in advertising graphics. Outside the academic field, he was selected for the IV International Biennial of Udine 2018. Selected in the context of “Parlem contemporani?” in El convento de las Artes, Alcover (2019). In 2019 he was part of the project “Asimetrías” with the collective Idensitat, a research residency and process incubator. He has recently been selected for Arte Joven 2021.
Òscar Clarissó (Tàrrega 1999). Fourth year student of the Fine Arts degree at the UB. His work is marked by technical experimentation and research into the processes of legitimisation by the established political structures, and the deconstruction of the collective ideology based on the precepts of the institution as a regime and the symbolic constitution of the crisis of contemporary collectivity. His work has been included in “Miranda Pilot 2021”, a travelling exhibition at various civic centres in Barcelona as part of the emerging curatorial project “Stripart” (2020). Participant in the performance festival “A la Babala” (2019) at the CCCB and lately her work has been part of the “Dissabtes tònics” (2020) at La Escocesa, Barcelona. He has also participated in different festivals to showcase self-publishing projects, such as “Autovallvi” (2019) at Casa Buenos Aires, Barcelona.
In collaboration with Art Nou 2021 and Grupo de Innovación Docente “Arte, Profesión y Docencia”, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Universidad de Barcelona.