It is a true meeting point of artists of the city from all artistic fields. While not all of them are here, nor the ones that are here, are of all them, if that allows us a general assessment of the level of the artists of our city.
7. The factor of linking the artist to the city that lives and reflect on it, it is an emotional component that attracted us greatly. That mix of profession, art, space, time, recollection, memory … contains some components that give a more personal and more intimate character that causes being most intensely involved.
8. Discovering these invisible cities that each one propose and as a whole conforms to Saragossa as a city of invisible cities. With dreams and criticism, because ultimately they are human beings who proposed and, consequently, feelings, resentments, experiences appear to the surface.
9. The exhibition takes us on a tour on our Saragossa, by its hidden details, its short cuts, its evidence, its complexities, its contradictions, its virtues … Put in the city and captured in a lovely walking through the images presented by artists. Reached that point, you begin to feel that you entered the maze of ideas that make up the city, the kaleidoscope.
In this unnamed moment as if it were the unexpected irruption of something forgotten or hidden, city reappears… its concepts, its mysteries. From that moment, understanding comes a strange vigor that seems be able to tie it all. Tiding up loose ends, glimpses of truth that deserve to be remembered to understand the secrets of your life, urban space in which we live, appear.
10. The exhibition takes place in two locations and has a total of ten areas that collect a total of about 250 pieces, including literary texts. The headquarters of the exhibition are La Lonja, which houses seven areas: artists, designers, architects, graffiti artists, graphic designers, video artists and sculptors, and Camon Aznar Museum, which houses four areas: photographers, writers, video artists and documentaries.