Tag: #bioart

OPENING NIGHT | Exhibition “Memento Mori” | Mexico

OPENING NIGHT / Exhibition “Memento Mori”
Biomedia: Enfermedad, Arte y Medicina / CLOT Magazine
Special thanks 4 Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Querétaro
Special and big thanks 4 Felipe Osornio Lechedevirgen Trimegistoyou’re great curator 
Thanks 4 all artists 
I was very happy 2 be part of it¡
Miss you Mexico-1 day I’ll be there 
(Photos by Felipe Osornio and Cecilia Bullo)
*The exhibition will have remained until January¡


Opening Night / “Biomedia: illness, art, and medicine” / Mexico

At November 2019 I participated in exhibition “Biomedia: illness, art, and medicine” at Querétaro Museum of Contemporary Art, Mexico.
Is an itinerant video exhibition that brings together artistic proposals from different part of the world that incorporate biotechnological methods to address, question, or decode medical knowledge surrounding the body and illness. The exhibition has been carried out between performance artist Felipe Osornio “Lechedevirgen Trimegisto” and Meritxell Rosell and Lula C. Sánchez editors of CLOT Magazine.

At the exhibition I represented video documentation of “PA1N MAP” project.
The text I read in video was translated to Spanish.
Attention: for first I show video in public.



FEEDBACK 4 PA1N MAP/ M A N I C | The Big Anxiety Festival

M A N I C | The Big Anxiety Festival

15 OCT 2019 – 26 OCT 2019 | SYDNEY AUSTRALIA


In October 2019, Max participated in a festival dedicated to mental health.
At the festival, Max presented a video documentation of the “PA1N MAP” project.
*Feedback: authorship by curator Ivana Jovanovic.
“Happy to provide you with feedback and interactions people had with your work.
A few key things stood out when we did the screening of the work in the lecture theatre on opening night. I had a few people come up to me who spoke about how brave it was that you shared this project and process of recovery from self harm. A lot of people were interested in the Kombucha skin samples we had displayed, and about the process of making them. A few people found the video very difficult to watch because of the nature of the content, and that it is a very personal work. Many people over all who did experience the video talked to me about how it was a very important to show this kind of work, that although it was challenging, they felt like it was a necessary thing to show in an exhibition that talks about mental health.”

Photo by Cynthia Sciberras ©