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JORDI MITJÀ (Figueres, 1970). Tracker of the territory, heterogeneous ethnographer, amateur outsider, dyslexic, ultralocal flâneur... In his work, Jordi Mitjà continually plays between poetic language and social criticism. He often creates from an ambivalent process of accumulation and rejection, with discarded materials, situations or images that magnify and acquire new meanings when exhibited. He starts from a wide universe of references which he appropriates and transforms with an alchemist spirit, claiming the universal power of what is local as a strategy of resistance, through sculptures, drawings, publications, photographs, videos, texts and paintings.

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