The installation project of Robert Panda: The Stupids, is materialized
by a series of stylized anthropomorphic figures, with a markedly
friendly connotation, expressed in part by the use of bright and
inviting colors, giving life to countless interactions and reflecting a
variety of themes.
In R9005 , incorporated in different scales and removed from the noise
of public space , covered by black paint whose name rise to the title of
the exhibition, The Stupids now confront us with a new reality and an
apparently neutral identity.
As black is the culmination of all colors, constituting itself as a
non-color (the absence of color), its use transforms these figures.
Paradoxically, this absence is the product of an accumulation, not only
of all the colors of the spectrum, but also of all the possible
experiences, interpretations and emotions. A totality that rises to