PS3* (Pedro Sanchez3) “The Bunker Project”

Y Gallery (319 Grand St.)

poster for PS3* (Pedro Sanchez3) “The Bunker Project”
[Image: PS3* "Bunker Monument" (2014) Site-specific dimensions, Styrofoam, found objects and toys.]

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Y Gallery presents The Bunker Project, a site-specific installation by PS3* aka (Pedro Sanchez3). Bunkers and prisons are presented to society as solutions for combat and survival. Building the Bunker Monument Model in Y Gallery serves as a way of critically thinking about the human condition. What does it mean to coexist with a system that proposes the imprisonment of freedom? A real living component defines the marginal boundaries of our existence. What are the effects of living encapsulated? The Bunker Monument Model generates a poetic space where the fragile materiality of the sculpture reminds us of our own vulnerability. PS3* aka (Pedro Sanchez3) has been working for over two decades on huge site specific installations developed from an early engagement with paintings and sculptures. The work will be on view at Y Gallery for one week as part of his work in progress, The Bunker Monument.

PS3* aka (Pedro Sanchez3) was born in Madrid and lives and works in New York. He has exhibited internationally in Fourth Bronx Latin American Art Biennial, New York, 2014; The Abrons Arts Center, New York, 2012; LA MUTANTE, Valencia, Spain, 2012; MILLENNIUM “Personal Cinema Series” New York, 2010; MC Gallery, New York, 2008; The Cannes Film Festival, Cannes, France, 2007; FEM6: Festival Edition Madrid 2006; TSUTAYA, Roppongi, Tokyo 2005; Okurayama Gallery, Yokohama, Japan, 2005; Striped House Gallery, Tokyo, 2002; Plaza Gallery, Chofu, Tokyo, 2002; De Chiara & Stuart Gallery, New York, 1997; 57 Gallery, Madrid, 1996 and East End Open Cable Studios, London, organized by the White Chapel Gallery, London 1998.



from September 02, 2014 to September 07, 2014

Opening Reception on 2014-09-02 from 19:00 to 21:00

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