Dinero negro (Money laundering) came about as an aesthetic research project that aims to reveal something that is hidden, which we all know is there and is not the exclusive property of people who form part of society, but goes beyond the boundaries of the middle classes as the greater the amount of money, the greater the difficulty of understanding the mechanisms used to conceal this.

juan pablo ordúñez + fermin díez de ulzurrun

Juan Pablo Ordúñez / MawatreS (Madrid, 1986) lives and works in Bilbao. A Fine Arts graduate from the University of the Basque Government, his work relates to concepts such as intervention, commemoration and specificity. He is the Coordinator of the Deusto Bridge Artistic Interventions project and operations director of Maslow Industries.

Fermín Díez de Ulzurrun (Pamplona 1972) lives and works in Pamplona. His work exhibits a constant relationship to concepts such as production methods, relocation and automation.  He is director of Maslow Industries.

Both authors develop a common working dialogue, as is the case of the Money Laundering project.

His oeuvre has been shown in institutions such as the MUSAC in Leon, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Huarte Centre and the Citadel in Pamplona, the Sicart Gallery in Barcelona and the Addaya Arts Centre in Alaró, among others.