We offer audiovisual environments to be experienced by one person at a time.

Each particular artwork is a proposal to live in a shared world, and the work of every artist is a bundle of relations with the world, giving rise to other relations, and so on and so forth, ad infinitum.”

Nicolas Bourriaud, Relational Aesthetics

The SGGS is an entity that frames art as a service. It establishes zones of temporary encounters to revise our perception of what is personal, what is common, and what is the roll of art in addressing personal and existential needs. By creating pieces that serve personalized purposes and using tools that belong to the protocols of services, SGGS explores the questions: Can art be a service? Can being moved be treated as an essential need that can be met, provided, systematized and organized?

“The stranger gets a gift” offers a series of performances that seeks to widen the possibilities of how one relates to art by offering “devices” designed to be used by a one-person audience (the User). Artists from various disciplines have created three independent performance-installations that can be experienced by one User at a time: Amuleto, Interruptor and Reminiscencia.

Choose the one you would like to experience, make a reservation for the time that is most convenient for you, come 10 minutes before your appointment, read the User’s Quick Guide and use the device.