Travel to the Moon with Luis Úrculo | El Mundo
Luis Úrculo limits himself to recording the difficulty for the subject to access this unconscious populated by disturbing shadows. In fact, the canvas that comes to cover a certain piece, and which the spectator tends to want to lift in order to observe what is hidden underneath, follows in the wake of the question that envelops the whole: Is it possible to access the real in nature without being destroyed by it?
Luis Úrculo: the artist who mutated into an archaeologist
From the beginning of his artistic career, Luis Úrculo has always linked his creations to his training as an architect. Interested in everything peripheral to architecture, his work has been based on fiction, representation and interpretation of the domestic.
ETSAM interviews Luis Úrculo in Sampling Contexts
Luis Úrculo in the fifth session of the cycle of events on architecture beyond the conference format, which will address practices of thought+production where praxis, crafts, experimentation or the redefinition of instruments, contexts and disciplinary contours. A series of interactive and speculative dialogues.
ABC interviews Luis Úrculo
"I have always been attracted to spaces where everything is not so defined. What interests me is to lower the resolution of reality. Reality seen one hundred percent has always seemed less interesting to me than things when they are blurred. Blurring reality is what I apply to the way I construct the pieces".
Luis Úrculo explores construction in his audiovisual installations as a process in dialogue with time and space
Úrculo's way lay on the periphery of this discourse and he finally found it during his studies in Chicago, the city of wind and emblematic buildings. Through film, he saw a continuity elsewhere of those "X, Y and Z" vectors that he had been shown during his studies and that turned the field in which he had been trained "into something static".
Luis Úrculo in charge of the art direction for Veranos de la Villa
This year, Veranos de la Villa has invited an artist from Madrid, Luis Úrculo, to create a graphic and audiovisual project to accompany the program. These images, specially designed for the occasion, will be seen in different media throughout the city, not only reminding us that the Veranos de la Villa program is in force, but also proposing to the eye a visual game around the iconography and imaginary of summer.
LYNfabrikken Aarhus Denmark interviews Luis Úrculo
An installation by Luis Úrculo for BOX. “Table of Contents” is a list of parts of a project document organized in the order in which the parts appear. Is not about a final image but the possibility of it. The space is used as the first chapter of a book to be written. The drawings of fragments, traces, structures and unfinished geometries are presented as built objects.