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Fluxo Rosa - Festival Polisensorial

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This installation considers more coherent ways of exhibiting within a host space, in this case by deriving its surface development from an intrinsic evolution of the original space’s geometry. Thus the ‘pink flux’ enhances the threshold condition of the colonial arcade in a twofold manner:

- First, by undermining its perimeter with a continuous zigzagging surface that re-establishes a physical relationship to the adjacent plaza.

- Second, by first closing off the visual connectivity and then opening up specific pinholes in the base of the cones that describe the precise axis between windows in the north side of the gallery and the larger openings in the southern wall.

The work is simply projected into the niches formed by the surface. It is subdued to the existing light conditions and alternated with the views of the plaza and passers-by.

In this way, the installation intensifies the experience of light, vision and movement with a high degree of variation in accordance to the time of the day.

The result offers a potential blueprint for more inclusive and responsive types of enclosure that could replace the existing railings.

TYPE_

Public Exhibition

status_

Commission, Built

lOCATION_

Morelia, Mexico

year_

2004

client_

Instituto Cultural de Michoacan

budget_

Undisclosed

size_

70.50 sqm

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.

partner in charge_

Eva Castro, Holger Kehne, Ulla Hell

project architect_

Peter Pichler

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