Adrian S. Bará’s (b.1982) practice, at its core, explores the body and its relation to space and modern architecture, as well as its representation at the intersection between sculpture, installation, painting, and video. The artist’s training as a filmmaker drives his narrative—pulling in from daily materials and positions to construct ‘sculpted situations’ that are meant to be activated by viewers as they project their own accounts into the objects that invite them to do so. Bará ́s artwork often functions as archival traces of personal events—as stories that are meant to be intervened, challenged, and transformed through acts of looking.