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Rubbish. A process of emotional outpouring through a work of art

End of degree project


The emotional accumulation is presented as an extended problem among our society and the consequences that it carries are compared with the Diogenes syndrome and the compulsive hoarding disorder. The expression is treated from a psychological point of view, but also from the artistic one when art is proposed as a solution of this emotional accumulation. The practical part of this project is about the execution of a book that equates the vibe of an exposition and experience that collects those pieces created with the aim of expressing emotions and accumulated feelings.
In other words, a process of emotional dump through the artistic language.




Jordi Caralt


David Alsina





David Alsina

David Alsina