Funded by Ayudas a la Creación de Artes Visuales 2017 - 18 CAM, Ministry of Education and Culture of Spain. Thanks to the Area of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Dept. of Inorganic, Organic and Biochemical Chemistry. Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Biochemistry University of Toledo, Castilla La Mancha Spain.
Mehr Fantasie, pulverize plasma TV screens, size varies, sample detail 26 kilos.  View of the exhibition, ‘Extra-Planetary Commitment’, lítost gallery, Prague. 16 March 2019 – 28 April 2019. 

Review: COMPOST FABLES, Ana Llurba
A*DESK Instituto Independiente de Crítica y Arte Contemporáneo Barcelona 26 Abril, 2019
Through the speculative criticism, meaning, through the exploration of the questions rather than the formulation of answers, this exhibition investigates the possible archaeologies of the future pondering over their post-human borders. In this way, this proposal avoids the passive and one-dimensional self-complacency facing the most severe diagnoses and projections about the current ecological crisis. And this is how the “extra-planetary” commitment promised in its name, evokes at the same time a mirror and window, reflection and projection, distance exercise with the terrestrial. A present that dissolves in inorganic and non-biodegradable elasticity of a near future. A disturbing present that is invoked from the inaugural text of the catalogue, is rocked by the dark poetry of the prophecies of the Anthropocene:
“We are dragged by gravity, by the slowness of the invention, by the viscosity of wet concrete. While a small organic sprout died from the exposure to the moonlight, our planet, our home, is increasingly replete with toxicity.”
[…] the piece that perhaps summarizes with its questioning power of this exhibition is a rectangle of grey sand with suspiciously bright sparkles that the spectator will find as soon as he enters the Lítost gallery. Somewhat disturbing in its colour, an ashen grey warns that it is not exactly sand and all the promises of happiness that the beach landscape assures. This will only be the introduction. With the complementary video with this piece, we attend a setting in abyss. These are the ashes of the omnipresent plasma screens that, like black mirrors, become the skin of our present. An “extra-planetary” surface that at the same time, evokes the skin of an amphibious animal. Among the human, the animal and the post-human, the organic and inorganic in Mehr Fantasie by Julia Varela the toxicity that inhabits us is materialized ceasing to be just a metaphor to become a dark indication of the surface that we step on and breathe […]​​​​​​​
Groc Projects Barcelona, 2019. Link:
This document is part of a video clip found via a media channel on the internet. The footage shows how cinema screens were built in the streets of the city of Mosul Iraq to encourage Iraqi citizens to gather and watch oppressive propaganda. Film dated in February 2015. Duration 2’38’’ Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre, Royal College of Art, London 2015
Digital composition, duration 3'31''. Short Cut online exhibitions, Fundació Suñol Barcelona 2020 - 21
Water, toothpaste, spittle, metal bucket. Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, July 2016
series I folded Tv plasma screens, 2015 Royal College of Art, London UK developed thanks to 2015 CAC Special Projects Award. The Trustees of Chelsea Arts Club Trust, London, GB.
Three sheets of polystyrene
polystyrene, dirt, red paint. 50m2, PS1 Sculpture Building Royal College of Art, London 2014 The installation is formed by three found sheets of foam that rotate 360 degrees, at different speeds and direction in the room
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Field trip in search of bones Valley of Alcudia, Ciudad Real. Castilla-La Mancha, Spain 2016
Es war Erde in ihnen
series of prints, plastic surface. 58x38cmx4mm Edition of 100 2019 - 2021 Exhibited: Restless image, unresolved gaze. Belgrade Cultural Centre BCC, Belgrade, Serbia 2020 Compulsió, Galeria Joan Prats, Barcelona 2021
Iron peak, battery, fluorescent tube, 67cmx1,60mx55cm 2008
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