Ambidexterity is the ability to use both hands indifferently. It is not rare to find people considered ambidextrous who were originally left-handed and who were forced to use their right hand, either deliberately or during their childhood, in institutions such as schools, or at jobs where right-handed habits are demanded. Based on this concept, the artist reflects on how they operate and what are the characteristics of the different institutional systems that structure our lives. Eva Kot’átková winds up the Lesson 0 exhibition program with a project based on the contrast between art classes as a space for the imagination, and the formal framework in which they take place. The installation transforms Espai 13 into a room that is somewhere between a disintegrating classroom and a stage set conducive to art education. A series of objects used in educational processes involving both children and

Read More: The Fundació Joan Miró presents Training in Ambidexterity, a project by Eva Kot’átková at Espai 13