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'Sergi Botella's work revolves around the most commonplace reality under the premise of stressing the complex affective and emotional mechanisms that define our daily routines. In his artistic practice, this strategy enables him to try out fictional formulas inseparable from what is real and true. The starting point of this narrative system in constant process are the artist's personal experiences and the relationships and influences that emerged from his immediate environments.' David Armengol, 2012

Sergi Botella (Terrassa, 1976). His works are currently presented in the form of performances, texts and techno, exercises that are halfway between sound electronics and experiential remixes. His illustrated explanations flow in an atmosphere charged with auto-suggested lies and the most honest of narratives that adhere to one another.

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