Trained at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Salamanca where he completed the specialties of Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Design and Audiovisual Communication, Ausín Sáinz has come a long way from his beginnings to his latest video creations and urban installations. His work, with its figurative and baroque aesthetics, disturbing and not at all accommodating, has been seen in numerous spaces both in Spain and in other countries.
CologneOFF X – 10th Cologne international Videoart Festival 2014
The iTERROR Memorial 2015
The Refugee Memorial 2016
The Hiroshima/Fukushima Memorial 2016
The W:OW Project
The Wake Up Memorial – Wake up! Climate Change
The Wake Up! Memorial – self~imaging
The Wake Up! Memorial – Corona! Shut Down?
video title: 71 Days, 2020, 2:07
The routine rhythm of page turning is a reflection of the monotony of each of the days in which we have had to be confined due to the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. For 71 days, I have recorded what was happening in my life as a visual diary.
The Wake Up! Memorial – Gandhi PPNRCD
In democratic societies we are used to peaceful protests. They are only attended when the media broadcast them. The powerful do not wish to have a bad name.
In Spain democracy is relatively recent. During the Franco dictatorial regime all kinds of barbarities were carried out. They were silenced by the regime itself and
the countries that supported it. Currently there is still a worrying social and political sector that denies that reality. They idealize it and prevent those affected from being honored.