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Graphic Constellation

"Graphic Constellation" for people with blindness or low vision

Adapted guided tour


We accompany you to get to know the exhibition and offer you a series of sensory experiences and explanations and descriptions to enrich the experience of the visit. After the tour, we will do a small workshop to familiarize ourselves with the language of comics.

Come and meet 9 young avant-garde comic authors: Bárbara Alca, Marta Cartu, Genie Espinosa, Ana Galvañ, Nadia Hafid, Conxita Herrero, María Medem, Miriampersand and Roberta Vázquez.

How are their comics?

With the creations of these authors we will get to know a diversity of languages, aesthetic registers and cultural references. Through the use of color, graphics or stylistic and narrative experimentation, they have all called into question the canonical forms of comics. His creations also cross the comics and have life in other artistic supports such as ceramics, tapestries and animations.

What are the stories about?

The exhibition puts the work of the authors in context with the themes of millennial reality such as economic and labor insecurity, the disappearance of stability, the relationship with technology, sorority or relationships on the Internet.

How have they published their comics?

Most authors have self-published their books in publishing houses and small presses and many present their comics at self-published book fairs. They are a group of artists who work outside the usual circuits and the exhibition invites you to get to know this professional sector.

What will we see?

In the exhibition we will see original material from the authors, interviews with each of them and other work material. But "Graphic Constellation" bets on exhibiting the comic in an innovative and unconventional way, in which the comics and the characters from the books invade the exhibition space through nine installations that the artists have imagined expressly for on occasion.


Visit design by Quim Mòdenes Borrajo and Maria Magdalena Garzón.

This activity is part of Graphic Constellation

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