Five minutes before the wind blows it all away. This could be summarized in the observation of the landscape and its representation, based on the video recording of the image reflected by a concave mirror on a flat surface. Probably, the same feeling that perhaps some Renaissance artists had, when discovering the image in movement.

BY  Albert Bayona (ES)

His arts works involve many different disciplines like paintings, drawing, photography, video, digital technology and music. His projects have been presented in, MACRO Asilo Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei Fine Arts, Art Centre La Panera, Museum Jaume Morera, CentroCentro Cibeles, PetitGaleria, Hangar, ACVIC, CCA Centre for Contemporary Arts of Glasgow, Ex-New Centro di arte Contemporanea di Sulbiate, The Arts Santa Mónica, The Torrance art Museum or Marguerida Montferrato Foundation. Albert has participated in the following fairs and festivals, such as ARCO, Videoformes, Split International Festival, LOOP Festival, Athens Digital Arts Festival, Madatac, Muces Shows European Film, FILE Video Art or the Open Panoràmic. In 1985 Bayona received the second prize of the XXIV International drawing prize, Fundation Joan Miró. Later on in his career, in 2008, was the winner of the Vasudha Prize for the best environmental short film. His works have been incorporated in the National Collection of Contemporary Art of Catalonian government, in the Video art distributor HAMACA cataloge or The Museum Reina Sofía library and documentation centre.