Intrusive Art presents a series of Spanish artists interested in generating a kind of art that affects everyday reality. To this end, they performed works that exceed their limits and expand beyond the museums, fostering relationships, impacts and consequences in the course of daily life.

The ways of approaching reality are many, both formally and socially. Some of these pieces go unnoticed, but its geographical scope is virtually unlimited; others have greater visibility and are aimed at a particular group without being personalized; finally, there are works whose interest is in concrete individuals on which the action affects

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