quimpackard_mikeimaike25 quimpackard_mikeimaike30 quimpackard_mikeimaike32 quimpackard_mikeimaike31  quimpackard_mikeimaike29 quimpackard_mikeimaike28 quimpackard_mikeimaike37 quimpackard_mikeimaike14 quimpackard_mikeimaike22 quimpackard_mikeimaike8 quimpackard_mikeimaike36 quimpackard_mikeimaike35quimpackard_mikeimaike27 quimpackard_mikeimaike20 quimpackard_mikeimaike19 quimpackard_mikeimaike18 quimpackard_mikeimaike10 quimpackard_mikeimaike6 Photos by Eva Carasol Mike i Maike present “Nice Times, Good Wine, Bad Art, Poor Hippies” an exhibition by Quim Packard, Catalan artist and curator, whose work explores the political field that arises from the disjunction between the personal and institutional structures. “Nothing is more active than escaping!” as Deleuze and Guattari would say, Packard reviews the same idea through movements like DIY, the neo ruralists or Grunge music. These describe individual or collective utopias, which consciously or unconsciously, revolve around the emancipation of the eternal theme of progress. Be it from music or as return to nature as a place of refuge, they seek to vindicate alternative narratives and living your life in a more authentic way. Thus, this show is going to delve into indie music, anxiety, hippie art, the wild and true love. An investigation of the uncontrollable and the uncontrolled as an escape. Opening the 12th of june at 19.30 at Espacio Visible. C/ Trafalgar 43. follow-your-heartquim packard_mike i maike