Biziak 5.b


Pepo Salazar, Biziak 5.b, 2015
Pepo Salazar, Biziak 5.b, 2015. © Pepo Salazar


In the installations of Pepo Salazar, black microphones dragged across the floor, turntables and shattered guitars become clear allusions to noise and punk. Morover, Biziak also refers to certain projects of the Russian Constructivist artist Alexander Rodchenko, which saluted the idea of the future yet were never built. Hence, this replica with musical references relates punk to the idea of 'No Future' predicated upon the failure of the modern project. A resounding failure.

— Source: Punk. Its traces in contemporary art exhibition text, by David G. Torres

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