Manuel Antonio Domínguez_CV_Dossier

_A Pause in Time_Ignacio Bautista, Juan Carlos Bracho, Ricardo Cases, Yaima Carrazana, Manuel Antonio Domínguez, Emilio Gañan, Celia González, Laura González Cabrera, Daniel Martín Corona, Ruth Morán, Andrés Pachón, Susanne S.D. Themlitz, Antonio Xouvanoba and Lola Zoido
_The pretender
_The roll has finished
_Likewise in the opposite direction
_Out of code_Andrés Pachón_Ignacio Bautista _Daniel Martín Corona_Manuel Antonio Domínguez_Juan Carlos Bracho_Miguel Ángel Fúnez
_The Role of Drawing V (Artist’s Books)_Curated by Martín Carrasco Pedrero

When the real universe of sexuality occupies the area of the nameless and insecure masculinity feels threatened, it responds to the search for stereotypes that will keep you from all suspicion and questioning. The work of Manuel Antonio Domínguez delves into the research of this process, in which insecurity rethinks in the physical changes man, repressions, and skills to any location where his manhood is not related with an apparent soft masculinity.

For this purpose it uses strategies in which it is possible to put up an intelligible speech, combining real and fictional elements with the use of collage, or a precious watercolor that invites you to see a symbolic universe where power grant the questioning of heteronormativity and trying to do doubt about our certainties about reality.