Como Una Bola de Nieve #3
« Como una Bola de Nieve 3 # »/ “Like a Snowball 3 #”
Art Exhibition, 12 November 2022 to 12 February 2023.
La Invisible once again brings together relevant works of critical artistic practices in « Como una Bola
de Nieve 3 # », a new show and the third phase of a growing art exhibition that celebrates the year of
the 15th anniversary of La Casa Invisible, in support of La Invisible and against the city council´s
threats of eviction. Opening on Saturday 12 November at 20:30, joining other events and
manifestations in support of La Casa Invisible in the next weeks.
“Como una Bola de Nieve 3 #” is the title of the collective exhibition that opens its third and new chapter
with new works at La Casa Invisible on 12 nove,ber at 20:30, and continues to celebrate the 15th anniversary
of this experimental institution, a social and cultural center collectively managed, a collective of collectives
and individuals in the heart of Málaga. The inauguration of this new and third phase of the show joins other
Manifestations and actions in the next weeks and in support of La Invisible, against the threats of eviction
issued by the city council. #Somosindesalojables!
Like a snowball rolling down a hill, growing and accumulating strength, at the same time that it transforms
upon contact with the place and leaves its mark. That is the image of an exhibition in crescendo, since a
broad spectrum of contemporary artists will continue to join it. In its second phase, the exhibition will
present new and relevant works by artists from the international and contemporary art scene such as Tiong
Ang, Raphaël Grisey with Bouba Touré and Kàddu Yaraax, CATPC- Cercle d’Art des Travailleurs de
Plantation Congolais, Renzo Martens, Carola Spadoni and Katarina Zdjelar joining Safdar Ahmed and
The Refugee Art Project, Raúl Alaminos, Lara Almarcegui, Zanny Begg, Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson,
Chto Delat, Harun Farocki & Antje Ehmann, Fucking Good Art, Discoteca Flaming Star, Dora García,
Núria Güell, Charlie Koolhaas, Isidro López-Aparicio, Carmen Osuna, Erkan Özgen, PSJM, Oliver Ressler,
Bryndís Snaebjörnsdóttir & Mark Wilson and Jonas Staal in collaboration with Radha D’Souza.
These are the names of an exhibition that will continue to grow until the 12th of February 2023 and in a 4th
chapter beyond that date, with the addition of other artists who, in this way, will turn the show into a meeting
point and sustained a dialogue with the context in which it is composed.
The proposal brings together works by artists and art colectives that share a critical perspective, with postconceptual,
experimental and extradisciplinary practices, socially and environmentally engaged both locally
and internationally. Works and collaborations carried out in different social, urban and geographical contexts
will be presented, which will provide readings and reflections on social and environmental justice,
gentrification processes, utopian architecture, feminism, immigration, decolonial processes, art and activism.
Like a snowball in motion, the exhibition will also leave the space of La Invisible to visit other places,
streets, patios and squares, at the same time that it will grow or shrink, leaving its mark, adapting to the
environment that it transits and of which it will become part of.
This project is a reflective proposal for the city during the exhibition and in dialogue with the Free Culture
group of La Invisible, it will also promote the mobilization of different networks, enabling agency, through
actions, gestures, interventions and performances in the house, the outer public space and other
contexts/places that enter into conversation.
In support of La Casa Invisible
The exhibition celebrates the year of the 15th anniversary of La Casa Invisible together and in tune with
other events and with “Multiplicity” the international congress in progress, making these powerful acts of
support for La Invisible coincide from the field of the institutional and independent contemporary art scenes.
Like a Snow Ball has been initiated and curated by Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson and Carlos Sanjuan with
La Casa Invisible, in the next phases of the exhibition new artists and events will be publicly updated.
La Casa Invisible, after 15 years of life, has become an alternative and a real and concrete manifestation of
other ways of doing things, questioning the dominant ways of building the collective imagination and our
subjectivity, promoting new learning and experiences in the management of a common good, through
cooperation and collaborative production.
At this time, La Casa Invisible is again threatened with being evicted in the coming weeks, which is why it is
resisting and seeking support to stop the fifth eviction attempt by the city council, despite the fact that it had
previously and publicly committed to hand them over the use of the space, and is willing to expel them by
force, alluding to false technical and security reasons.
This exhibition is made with La Invisible, in support and in solidarity with the work of the associations, the
creators and compañerxs that inhabit it and those that in these years have been invited to share experiences,
knowledge and work. In short, in support of an important and necessary space in the socio-cultural life of the
city, and a commitment to the continuity of this experimental institution, whose existence is a demonstration
of the capacity of citizens to manage an independent public space.
With works from Tiong Ang (Guangzhou Triennial in 2015), CATPC- Cercle d’Art des Travailleurs de
Plantation Congolais (Sculpture Center, New York 2017, deemed Best Art of The Year 2’17 by The New York
Times), Raphaël Grisey with Bouba Touré ( Xaraasi Xanne—Crossing Voices co-directed with Bouba Touré
2022) and Kàddu Yaraax, Renzo Martens ( with his films White Cube and Enjoy Poverty), Carola Spadoni
(Italian Council 9, 2020 -The Peripatetic Film & Video Archive 2022 ongoing) and Katarina Zdjelar (11th
Berlin Biennale, 2020), joining Safdar Ahmed and The Refugee Art Project (Documenta 15, Kassel,
Germany, 2022), Raúl Alaminos (2cond proce of Photography “Mira el mundo con otros ojos”),, Lara
Almarcegui (55th Venice Biennial), Zanny Begg (Museums & Galleries of NSW, Australia 2019), Libia
Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson (54th Venice Biennial, Italy / Icelandic Art Price 2021), Chto Delat ( 31st Sao
Paolo Biennial, Brasil), Harun Farocki & Antje Ehmann (Fundació Antoni Tapies, Barcelona 2016),
Discoteca Flaming Star (Performa 9, New York, EEUU), Fucking Good Art (TENT and Kunstinstituut Melly,
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2021), Dora García (The National Art Price Spain 2021), Nuria Güell (Premio
El Ojo Crítico/The Critical Eye Price 2021), Charlie Koolhaas ( 2015 Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-City
Urbanism Biennial, China), Carmen Osuna (Biennale de la Céramique d’Andenne, 2011), Erkan Özgen
(EMMA, Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm 2022), PSJM, (BienalSur 2021, Buenos Aires, Argentina) Oliver
Ressler (Documenta 14, Kassel, Germany 2017 ), Bryndís Snaebjörnsdóttir & Mark Wilson (Icelandic Art
Price 2022), Jonas Staal (Museum as Parliament, Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 2018-
ongoing / in collaboration with Radha D’Souza (writer, activist and Professor of international law,
development and conflict studies at the University of Westminster, UK / with CICC-Court for
Intergenerational Climate Crimes done in collaboration with Jonas Staal) .
Exhibition: 12th November 2022 to 12th February 2023
«Como una de Bola de Nieve 3 #» Opening: Saturday 12 November 20:30 h.
Opening Times: From 19:00 a 22:00, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Address: La Casa Invisible, c. Andrés Pérez, 8, 29008 Málaga, Spain