The exhibition by Wilfredo Prieto in the main exhibition space continues in the Bakery.


In the Bakery Prieto shows the work "The more you add, the less you see", 2011, a giant ball made of cling film. The work fills a considerable part of the low cellar space. Its physical dominance and the fact that it is made of simple household material picks up the discourse of the exhibition "The emperor's new Clothes". "The more you add, the less you see" questions the spectator's expectations of the artwork and at the same time humourusly questions the position of the artist as a creator. Yet the balls' eary presence works as a perfect illustration of the magical effect an artwork can have on a space.