The session of Mapping of the exhibition of art of new media, Bistro, was presented in the portals of the Gallery Pedro Esquerré in the city of Matanzas.

The Mapping constitutes the production resource that it works with the visual concept where it reproduces everything and the parts of an object or certain work.

In this case the use of a projection in the front of the building of firemen of the city was the vehicle for the transmission of the message of the audiovisual works that are in Bistro.

Once again the conceptual art and in movement it breaks up with the monotony and it demonstrates that the public spaces outdoors can become an art gallery perfectly within reach of all.

The closing of Bistro took place this monday October 24th in this institution of the Athens of Cuba.

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