Patricia Sandonis Positions Berlin, art sculpture installation, Metall Bildhauerei Berlin, Kunst und politics, Concrete Kunst, Kunst in Kontext, Michael Fehr, Fortuna Populi, art and economics, UdK

Fortuna Populi, 2014

Master Thesis, University of Arts, UdK, Berlin 2014

 

Drawing serie Ink on paper, Fortuna Populi as a necklace and book, stainless Metal coloured Lucky Charm Object Installation.

Master Arbeit Exhibition, Art in Context 2014. UdK Berlin

Back to the Future Spanish Embassy in Berlin Show Room.

First Price of the Spanish Embassy Contemporary Art Contest

FORTUNA POPULI, Solo Show room T. Zorrilla, Valladolid, ES 

Otra Puta Feria Más by Julio Falagán. Galeria 6más1, Madrid

Positions Berlin @ Ronewa art Gallery, 2019, Berlin

LECTURES:

Lucky. Two meanings, two projects.

Exhibition design Master. FH Joanneum, Graz, 2015

Theories of Faith in the economic discourse related to the social crisis in Spain. Embassy of Spain in Berlin, 2014

To resolve the economic crisis, Spain got from the European Central Bank (ECB) in June 2012 a Bailout in form of credit that caused a debt to the Spanish State. The Spanish Government tried to reduce it with drastic reductions of social services. So led the economic crises into a social one that affected hard to a big part of the population, and produced a big sense of indignation, dissatisfaction and the feeling of personal misfortune.

At this point I begin to consider an alternative bailout to fight the social crisis, that support the thesis that the individual way of thinking and acting is the reason of the actual socio-psychologist crisis in Spain. This artistic work is made to overcome the economic, social and socio-psychologist crisis.

 

A Bailout, also known as a credit, comes from the word "Credere" in Latin and means "believe". Since the economy is a system based on believes -everybody believes that a piece of paper has a determined value-, I revived another concept from the Roman Imperium that is also based on credibility: The „Fortuna Populi Romani“, the goddess for social luck.

Believing in luck works in this case as a placebo and brings self-confidence. The New-Age movements, that seems to be stronger during crisis times, change the capitalistic embossed “guide yourself” into a “feel yourself”.

 

I rescued the concept of Fortuna Populi and brought it to the contemporary times. The contemporary form doesn’t attend to the figure of a goddess and is based on the system of numerology. 

This is a way that aloud us to think the society as an all, to wish good luck to people that one doesn’t even know personally to get slowly the necessary social self-confidence that would help us to conquer the socio-psychologist crisis.

Patricia Sandonis Positions Berlin, art sculpture installation, Metall Bildhauerei Berlin, Kunst und politics, Concrete Kunst, Kunst in Kontext, Michael Fehr, Fortuna Populi, art and economics, UdK
Patricia Sandonis art sculpture installation, Metall Bildhauerei Berlin, Kunst und politics, Concrete Kunst, Kunst in Kontext, Michael Fehr, art and economics, UdK
Patricia Sandonis art sculpture installation, Metall Bildhauerei Berlin, Kunst und politics, Concrete Kunst, Kunst in Kontext, Michael Fehr, art and economics, UdK
Patricia Sandonis, contemprry drawing, art and mathematics, art and economics, art and politic, Fortuna Populi, positions art fair Berlin
Patricia Sandonis, contemprry drawing, art and mathematics, art and economics, art and politic, Fortuna Populi, positions art fair Berlin
Patricia Sandonis, contemprry drawing, art and mathematics, art and economics, art and politic, Fortuna Populi, positions art fair Berlin
Patricia Sandonis, contemprry drawing, art and mathematics, art and economics, art and politic, Fortuna Populi, positions art fair Berlin