October 23 - November 23, 2014. Valencia, SP

Festival 10 sentidos

If for Ramón Llull “the mirror is a diaphanous body ready to receive all the figures that are represented in it”, the 10 Sentidos Festival bet in its fourth edition to contemplate and collect all these possible figures as a mirror and reflection of each one of us. The most absolute apparent imperfection could be sublime for an artistic experience as long as it explores, proposes and reveals a different way of communicating and presenting itself. The chosen motto: ‘Im-Perfects’ contemplates Imperfection and Perfection as concepts that can be very close and it covers the meaning of both from the value of the difference, of the distinction and of the features that make each one unique.


What is it that defines the human being if not his inescapably unique, yet different condition? Is it not the inability to classify it that finally gives him wealth and strength?

Sandra Maunac

Making Of

Humanae arrived at the festival by opening an unfinished exhibition that was only completed after Angelica’s photo sessions on site. The portraits of the residents of Valencia complemented the installation by closing a piece that was reopened with a great celebration and the self-portraits of the children’s workshop.

The inspiration for this installation comes from the stained glass windows. The more than 600 images are hung 1.50 m from the floor with the aim of inviting the viewer to position himself in the center of the room and look up to find humanity. A contrast between the divine and the earthly, connecting with the educational function of religious art.


November 13, 2014

Las diferentes pieles de Angélica Dass

October 20, 2014

Y tú, ¿de qué color eres?


October 01, 2014

El Centro del Carmen acoge el gran inventario de tonos de piel humana

November 15, 2014

El Centro del Carmen reinaugura la exposición ‘Humanae’

About Humanae

Humanae is a photographic work in progress by artist Angélica Dass. Currently composed of almost 4,000 portraits from volunteers all around the globe, Humanæ pursues to document humanity’s true colors and bring up a critical reflection on the white, red, black and yellow false labels associated with race. The project does not select participants and there is no date set for its completion.  It is a journey of open-ended possibilities that enriches the way we see ourselves, beyond faces and colors. Nowadays, the artist has been doing portraits in 36 different cities and 20 different countries.

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