Genios de Otazu #1

David Magán

Genios de Otazu #1 David Magán

David Magán (Madrid, 1979) trained at the Madrid School of Arts and Crafts. His work is developed within the field of sculpture and installation, and explores its possibilities in relation to the space in which it is located. His pieces are presented as geometric modules, conceived in glass or methacrylate, that flood the space in which they are found with color when light penetrates their surface. Far from being simple aesthetic objects, the works created by David Magán are dynamic elements that transform depending on the place where the viewer is and the constructive possibilities of the piece.

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The artist, following his own language, designed for our Barrel Room an almost virtual sculpture that floats in the center of a 3 x 3 meter screen. Using a deconstructed barrel, Magán is able to create a work of light that changes with the position of the viewer and operates within the limits of drawing and sculpture; the physical and the ethereal. The piece is titled: The secret behind the barrel.

David Magán, making great use of line and isometric perspective, conceived a label in which we can appreciate a geometric form that dialogues with the work created to allow them to merge visually.

This edition, limited to 600 bottles, with only 300 available for sale (the other 300 are shared between the winery and the artist), is presented in a methacrylate work that, in addition to protecting the bottle, interacts with it to ensure that the wine transcends its product category and is placed in the field of experience.

Deep layer wine, violet rim. Aromas of black fruit and spices on toasted backgrounds. In the mouth, the wine is dense, with enveloping tannins, of great freshness that provides great length.

Deep layer wine, violet rim. Aromas of black fruit and spices on toasted backgrounds. In the mouth, the wine is dense, with enveloping tannins, of great freshness that provides great length.