From Al-Azraq refugee camp in the deserts of north Jordan to the abandoned factories in Croatia, Pejac is determined to continue conveying his extraordinary art in the most peculiar places. He recently completed a series of interventions within the oldest prison in Spain; the Penitentiary Center of El Dueso. Overlooking the Cantabrian Sea at the entrance of the artist’s hometown in Santander, the prison was built at the beginning of the twentieth century on the remains of an old fort used by Napoleon; a challenging setting for Pejac to carry out yet another poetic intervention. For eleven days, its walls, courtyards, and corridors became the artist’s workplace, giving life to the Gold Mine project. The project integrates three singular pieces that represent the value of the human condition as a…

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