Julián León Camargo presents Antes del mundo [Before The World Existed], an installation for a specific site in which painting seeks to expand in different directions: language, space, music and even the social, the other. Taking as its trigger a set of adages on painting from a diary of Paul Cézanne’s, the installation constructs a survey over the gallery’s space which suggests an enveloping pictorial experience. The project does not stop at its own materiality, but expands through the participation of a series of guests from different disciplines, who will translate this experiment into their own field; a jazz quintet, a group of poets, a contemporary dancer and a group of actors, among others, will present their “expansions” throughout the exhibition. Thus Before The World Existed propounds a sort of diagram in which the artist deepens and broadens the investigation into painting that accompanies all his work.