Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303,
11520 Mexico City
Exploring office culture with a playful twist, Argentine artist Amalia Pica cleverly uses repurposed materials like shredded paper, office furniture, and stationery to create works that mock bureaucratic systems. Visitors must navigate an absurd questionnaire as a bureaucratic obstacle to enter the gallery, while stacks of papers, topped with bronze paperweights made from household items, symbolize the blurred lines between office and home in the age of remote work. Pica boldly carves out a space for joy and play amidst the oppressive and complicated reality of paperwork-dominated lives.