Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site was designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner as a garden-city for the sick. After operating for a century as a public hospital, its rehabilitated pavilions are now visible in all their splendour, representing a very special setting for the exhibition The Garden of Earthly Delights by the artist Anna Rierola.
An international cooperation project between Ars Electronica (AT), Leonardo-OLATS (FR), University of Barcelona (ES) and Quo Artis (ES) as lead partner.
In a global world, territorial limits are fading away. A journey is a central element in any investigation, and today maybe even more, although the reasons seem to be multiple. In our world, the global world, we must take actions to reverse the damage done.
“Humatker” is the winner of QUO ARTIS AWARD 2020 edition. Created by Sandra and Gaspard Bébié-Valérian.
Open Call for the production of two artworks (organised by Quo Artis) and a research residency (organised by Leonardo/Olats).
What can people learn from animals? How can we have a more respectful and loving relationship with all of them? What is the role of technology in this relationship between humans and animals? Can it help us to improve the way we relate with other species?
The travel around the world of a plant –real, artificial or fictive– telling her own story, the stories of other plants and living creatures (other than human and humans) that she encounters.
In a world—our world—where the concept of nature is now obsolete, provisional concepts such as post-nature have allowed us to raise many questions about the meaning of these transformations, especially the demand for answers and ideas. Art has not come late to this revolution.
Quo Artis Foundation is the producer of the Antarctic Art & Science Expedition a supranational and intercultural art project that brought together leading artists from around the world to explore the future of Antarctica and deep oceans through artistic means.
We are in the midst of the spatial technological revolution with the ultimate goal of sending humans to live outside the planet Earth. It’s time to investigate and experiment its potential cultural implications. How will art and its perception change when we are no longer restricted to the physical laws which planet Earth imposes on us?
Since the beginning of the 20th century, quantum mechanics has radically modified the scientific vision of reality and has triggered numerous short circuits with art. In the quantum world, a particle can be found in several places at once; can cross a wall; and the famous Shrödinger cat can be alive and dead at the same time.
The Quo Artis Foundation in collaboration with the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) and the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site present the first exhibition in Spain by artist Ayse Gül Süter (Turkey, 1982), which investigates the differences between healthy and diseased tissues through a site-specific installation in the old operating room of Hospital Sant Pau