Berlin, July 3, 2011. The splendid urban background of the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district in Berlin, is being the set for a major display and art-action of sculptor Angel Orensanz. His intervention consists of aerial displays of assemblages of dense formations of fabrics and painted vinyl sheets. They convey the feeling of an aerial descent of hermetic messages. Sculptor Orensanz has been requested to present this intervention as part of the current “Open Air Gallery Fest” that takes place from the 3rd to the 11th of the current month of July.
The thrust of Angel Orensanz’s participation establishes a rupture in the relationship between the viewer and the at art piece, a trademark element present in most of his displays in public spaces. The aesthetics strategy of Angel Orensanz is to immerse the visitor and the public in general in a playful atmosphere where the conventions are broken and unexpected connections and feelings are brought to the surface. Art becomes participation and game simultaneously to all. Art is not a commodity for acquisition but a experience of spontaneity and playfulness. The performance will take place again next weekend when the show opens to the public again.
For further information or press photographs contact Angel Orensanz at 212.529-7194 (New York).
For interviews please call him in Berlin on his cell phone 033-607-186702.