Jazzercise takes part of Recycling, a program for the creation of in situ artworks through the participation of invited artists.
It uses waste products generated by the University to further the goal of creating a poetic structure that resignifies their aesthetic potential.
It will occupy visitor circulation and rest areas in the museum to encourage a new approach to and experience of the processes of the contemporary production of art, sharing with the public the construction of a piece of art within a workshop environment.
Likewise, an attempt is being made to raise awareness of the salvaging of ordinary materials whose only apparent destiny is to become trash. This is done with the understanding that everything is interconnected, forming networks that make up the great system that is the earth, an open system within which matter, energy and information constantly circulate.
Artist: Antonio O’ Connell (Mexico, 1976)