Peccata Mundi. An installation by Miralda in the Museu Nacional

Peccata Mundi. An installation by Miralda in the Museu Nacional

Ceremony-performance: April 6
The Apocalyptic Lamb by Miralda, displayed from April 4 to 7, 2019

Place: 
Sala Oval
Material: 
PDF icon Program (pdf in Spanish)

Program (pdf in Spanish)

Description:

As from April 4th to 7th, with free entry, to see the Lamb of the Apocalypse, the 18x15 meters tapestry-bedspread displayed in the Oval Hall, that recreates the Agnus Dei of the Romanesque paintings from Sant Climent de Taüll. A creation by Antoni Miralda, Velázquez Prize of Plastic Arts 2018, part of the Honeymoon Project (1986-1992), for the wedding between the Statue of Liberty and the Columbus Monument. Accompanying this work, the music of the organ of the Oval Hall will sound symbolically again for four unique days.

Peccata Mundi installation is completed with a selection of drawings and multiple works by Miralda around the Honeymoon Project, a material that allows you to immerse yourself in the artist’s universe.

Saturday April 6th, participate in a ceremony-performance designed by the artist where you will be the protagonist!

As from 12.30 pm, be part of a unique collective experience around the work Lamb of the Apocalypse with Miralda as master of ceremonies. Enjoy a tasting menu inspired by a medieval recipe book and music by two formations from the Fundació Conservatori Liceu.

At 5 pm and with free admission, closing ceremony of the performance-ceremony by the countertenor Jordi Domènech, accompanied with the organ by Dani Espasa.

 

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CREDITS

Idea and concept: Miralda

Installation from April 4 to 7

Music:

J. S. BACH

- Passacaglia et thema fugatum, BWV 582

- Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott, BWV 721

- Agnus Dei, de la Missa en si menor, BWV 232

Interpreted by Juan de la Rubia at the Walcker organ of the Palau de la Música Catalana recorded on March 25, 2019

Sound technician: Gerard Font

Ceremony-performance from April 6

Musical advice: Cristina Arribas with the collaboration of Oriol Marés and the Conservatori Liceu


Advisory culinary heritage: Núria Bàguena

Advisory Bar: Joan Serinyana

FoodCultura Team: Montse Guillen, with the collaboration of Alfonso Borragán


Costumes: courtesy from the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya

In Collaboration: Zumzeig Cinecooperativa