An important part of making an outdoor installation in a country famous for its rain and long winter is planning, especially it the installation involves bothanics knowledge. I wrote down a few ideas for me to keep track of the process and tried to foresee what can be done untill winter.
I became part of a Group that is supposed to collectively research about space. We named ourselves Psychological Spaces. I'm wasn't really sure this would be the aspect that interests me the most when it comes to space. I thought I was dealing with territory, borders and the political forces that shape them and wasn't very much aware of my position in all this. While all of us were sharing our points of view, pratices and personal research, I realized my interest in this was
When I started developing the idea for an outdoor installation made of bricks and seeds (See previous posts), I began by thinking of a material that could represent the United Kingdon and came up with bricks. Not only they are very common all around this country, but they come from its soil. As someone from overseas, I can also add that the first British obejcts I saw in my country were bricks. Yes, bricks made in the United Kingdom. I found and translated to english, a tex
Statement: This sculpture proposal involves questions of form, materiality, temporality and transformation. It intends to form a parallel between the adaptation and transformation of social structures and the transformations and cycles seen in the behaviour of herbs, as they tend to adapt to every kind of soil. The decision to use bricks as the main material in this sculpture is a based on the fact that most of London’s Architectural heritage is made of bricks. Bricks have al