Júlia Olivella was born in Valls, but all her career started in Vic, a city where she already feels like home. Illustrator and graphic designer with marked references from the world of comics and manga, she tries to provide emotions and drama to her drawings, often of everyday things. He self-publishes her works such as the Dia u calendar project but he has also worked for the Obeses musical quartet, designing posters and end-of-tour campaigns. She has also illustrated the children's cantata La Màquina del Temps and creates posters for La Clota.
Zero absolut is a set of axe blows to life and the society that surrounds us. This exhibition has its origin in a publication of the Tapís association from Vic, a project that promotes social integration through a paper workshop where poetry books are created, such as the one containing Júlia's illustrations. In addition, they are accompanied by the poems of David González. As we enter its pages, we are soaked in this coldness, typical of the interior lands that it grabs your bones and pierces your soul.
David González is a poet from Osona, author of several poetic compilations, highlighting his short story Recordaré (2014), for which he received the “Prosa Jove” award from Centelles. Computer science professor, he finds himself living a life that is pure poetry.
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