“What you see is what you see, or is it? Perception is fluid, past self and current mood. Future desires become real, then back to life, back to unreality. I find my space in between. Images released into the world set me free. Vision has sound and movement even when still. Adrián S. Bará is an artist who exists in his own space; fragments of memory, experiences and objects in the realm of cinematography become something else. A projected still from Bará’s film ‘Le Palais’ suggests the potential memory has for transformation, a sensory overlap into the electric mind of Iris van Herpen. Liquid sheen waves into curvilinear Copacabana, a sculptural bar by Joaquim Tenreiro, the essential Modernist in Brazilian design. Alien vigor exists.”—Pari Ehsan
Adrián S. Bará projected still from “Le Palais,” 2015. Joaquim Tenreiro bar in painted slatted wood, Brazil, 1950s, from R & Company. @paridust wears an Iris van Herpen high-gloss coat as a dress and Kova rings in white gold with blue sapphire and green tourmaline.