The Impersonal Verb and the Hidden Subject implements Index’ institutional methodology, offering La Capella a way of working with artistic practice and audiences based on a desire for connecting situations, approaching complexity, and experimenting with temporalities. The starting point of the exhibition is a working table presenting archive material and a selection of video works that visitors and La Capella team can interact with. The exhibition space is defined through sculptural pieces by Johanna Gustafsson Fürst. La Capella team will relate to the presented material and formulate dialogues with artists from Barcelona working in parallel fields.
An ongoing dialogue between La Capella and Index has defined the typology of artworks to be presented at the exhibition, understanding ways of doing in the Barcelona art context and how to relate these ways of doing to art practitioners in Stockholm. The exhibition is understood as a working situation to think about connections, feeding, language, grammar, and possible dialogues. The Impersonal Verb and the Hidden Subject refers to actions in the doing, gazes and processes to be shared in real time.