Participative performance organize by
Jean Paul Gomez, Raul Hott and Naroa Lizar for Schmall Gallery. 

“La ropa sucia se lava en casa”

The event comprised the pop-up performance, the photographs, a printed publication and a replica of the gallery made with soap.

The audience was invited to wash their clothes in public as a communal activity to reflect on all those things we keep hidden; which in that particular setting had to do with politics inside the educational institution. It was a way to bring up those issues we are not allowed to publicly comment on or protest against. The performance played with the sentence "don't wash your laundry in public".  

Schmall Gallery replica in soap
Soap, 2012