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Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
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Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
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Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
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Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
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Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
cross-connect:

Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
cross-connect:

Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
cross-connect:

Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
cross-connect:

Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.
cross-connect:

Geraldine Gonzalez
A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums
She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.

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Geraldine Gonzalez

A graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts ­Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Appliques Duperre (textile section), Geraldine Gonzalez started her career as a shoe designer before becoming a sculptor. In the past her work has been used as illustrations in advertising, the press and children’s books, and shown in both personal and group exhibitions in several Paris museums

She has also worked with Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Chantal Thomass, and with Hilton Mc Connico for Hermes, Baccarat, Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy. Her most recent creations, imprints of mystery and fragility seem to emerge from an enchanted forest.


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An expensive, ornate vase can be as much of a centrepiece as the flowers that are in it. These floating vases take things in the opposite direction by making them look like water ripples.



Shaped like ripples in water, the floating vases by Oodesign
 from japan allow users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void – floating nonchalantly on the water. fill your favorite container or transparent bowl or a glass with water and float the vase according to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.



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An expensive, ornate vase can be as much of a centrepiece as the flowers that are in it. These floating vases take things in the opposite direction by making them look like water ripples.



Shaped like ripples in water, the floating vases by Oodesign
 from japan allow users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void – floating nonchalantly on the water. fill your favorite container or transparent bowl or a glass with water and float the vase according to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.



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An expensive, ornate vase can be as much of a centrepiece as the flowers that are in it. These floating vases take things in the opposite direction by making them look like water ripples.



Shaped like ripples in water, the floating vases by Oodesign
 from japan allow users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void – floating nonchalantly on the water. fill your favorite container or transparent bowl or a glass with water and float the vase according to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.



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An expensive, ornate vase can be as much of a centrepiece as the flowers that are in it. These floating vases take things in the opposite direction by making them look like water ripples.



Shaped like ripples in water, the floating vases by Oodesign
 from japan allow users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void – floating nonchalantly on the water. fill your favorite container or transparent bowl or a glass with water and float the vase according to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.



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An expensive, ornate vase can be as much of a centrepiece as the flowers that are in it. These floating vases take things in the opposite direction by making them look like water ripples.



Shaped like ripples in water, the floating vases by Oodesign
 from japan allow users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void – floating nonchalantly on the water. fill your favorite container or transparent bowl or a glass with water and float the vase according to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.



Purchase here





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An expensive, ornate vase can be as much of a centrepiece as the flowers that are in it. These floating vases take things in the opposite direction by making them look like water ripples.



Shaped like ripples in water, the floating vases by Oodesign
 from japan allow users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void – floating nonchalantly on the water. fill your favorite container or transparent bowl or a glass with water and float the vase according to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.



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An expensive, ornate vase can be as much of a centrepiece as the flowers that are in it. These floating vases take things in the opposite direction by making them look like water ripples.

Shaped like ripples in water, the floating vases by Oodesign
 from japan allow users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void – floating nonchalantly on the water. fill your favorite container or transparent bowl or a glass with water and float the vase according to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.

Purchase here

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.
Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." "…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

 photos via

cross-connect:

John Chamberlain (1927-2011) - American sculptor, internationally known for his long career of creating vibrantly colored, dynamic sculptures from crushed, twisted and bent automobile parts.

Inspired by the scale, color and impulsive creation of abstract expressionist work, Chamberlain was a pioneering force through his use of found materials and diverse colors. While also experimenting with a variety of sculptural media, as well as with film and painting, he greatly impacted many generations of artistic movements, including Minimalism and Pop art.

"I wasn’t interested in car parts per se, I was interested in either the color or the shape or the amount… Just the sheet metal. It already had a coat of paint on it. And some of it was formed…. I believe that common materials are the best materials." 

"…one day something - some one thing - pops out at you, and you pick it up, and you take it over, and you put it somewhere else, and it fits. It’s just the right thing at the right moment. You can do the same thing with words or with metal." 

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efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 
The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”. 
Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.
 
 
El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.
 
Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.


Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 metAvatar, temporary pavilion / Pierre Laurent “collectif 3rS”.

 

The temporary pavilion “metAvatar” is one of the facilities built in the fourth edition of “Horizons festival: arts Recontres nature”.

Built with cutouts on wooden boards OSB (chip board bearings), the project played the volume of a cave in the digital space.

 

 

El pabellón temporal “metAvatar” es una de las instalaciones construidas en la cuarta edición del “festival Horizons: recontres arts nature“.

 

Construida con  secciones recortadas sobre tableros de madera OSB (tableros de virutas orientas), el proyecto reproduce el volumen de una cueva excavada en el espacio digital.

Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras

Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com


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Graziano Locatelli is an Italian artist working with mixed media and creating artworks from ready made materials like tiles.

I started assembling small tiles of aluminium that I cut from larger foils, I painted and put them together to produce works that would later represent the main structure of my current production. My early works are sharp and are often torn apart by heads and figures that try and break the wall and is still the subject of the breakage that bewitches me. After a few attempts at mixing cement, glue and tiles, I created a copious body of works that revolves around the theme of abandoned places. I wonder what meanings and feelings these (once) familiar places arouse in those who lived there. I see them as restless dreams, spaces in ruins inhabited by ghosts that still retain an embryonic life.

cross-connect:

Graziano Locatelli is an Italian artist working with mixed media and creating artworks from ready made materials like tiles.

I started assembling small tiles of aluminium that I cut from larger foils, I painted and put them together to produce works that would later represent the main structure of my current production. My early works are sharp and are often torn apart by heads and figures that try and break the wall and is still the subject of the breakage that bewitches me. After a few attempts at mixing cement, glue and tiles, I created a copious body of works that revolves around the theme of abandoned places. I wonder what meanings and feelings these (once) familiar places arouse in those who lived there. I see them as restless dreams, spaces in ruins inhabited by ghosts that still retain an embryonic life.

cross-connect:

Graziano Locatelli is an Italian artist working with mixed media and creating artworks from ready made materials like tiles.

I started assembling small tiles of aluminium that I cut from larger foils, I painted and put them together to produce works that would later represent the main structure of my current production. My early works are sharp and are often torn apart by heads and figures that try and break the wall and is still the subject of the breakage that bewitches me. After a few attempts at mixing cement, glue and tiles, I created a copious body of works that revolves around the theme of abandoned places. I wonder what meanings and feelings these (once) familiar places arouse in those who lived there. I see them as restless dreams, spaces in ruins inhabited by ghosts that still retain an embryonic life.

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Graziano Locatelli is an Italian artist working with mixed media and creating artworks from ready made materials like tiles.

I started assembling small tiles of aluminium that I cut from larger foils, I painted and put them together to produce works that would later represent the main structure of my current production. My early works are sharp and are often torn apart by heads and figures that try and break the wall and is still the subject of the breakage that bewitches me. After a few attempts at mixing cement, glue and tiles, I created a copious body of works that revolves around the theme of abandoned places. I wonder what meanings and feelings these (once) familiar places arouse in those who lived there. I see them as restless dreams, spaces in ruins inhabited by ghosts that still retain an embryonic life.

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Graziano Locatelli is an Italian artist working with mixed media and creating artworks from ready made materials like tiles.

I started assembling small tiles of aluminium that I cut from larger foils, I painted and put them together to produce works that would later represent the main structure of my current production. My early works are sharp and are often torn apart by heads and figures that try and break the wall and is still the subject of the breakage that bewitches me. After a few attempts at mixing cement, glue and tiles, I created a copious body of works that revolves around the theme of abandoned places. I wonder what meanings and feelings these (once) familiar places arouse in those who lived there. I see them as restless dreams, spaces in ruins inhabited by ghosts that still retain an embryonic life.

cross-connect:

Graziano Locatelli is an Italian artist working with mixed media and creating artworks from ready made materials like tiles.

I started assembling small tiles of aluminium that I cut from larger foils, I painted and put them together to produce works that would later represent the main structure of my current production. My early works are sharp and are often torn apart by heads and figures that try and break the wall and is still the subject of the breakage that bewitches me. After a few attempts at mixing cement, glue and tiles, I created a copious body of works that revolves around the theme of abandoned places. I wonder what meanings and feelings these (once) familiar places arouse in those who lived there. I see them as restless dreams, spaces in ruins inhabited by ghosts that still retain an embryonic life.

cross-connect:

Graziano Locatelli is an Italian artist working with mixed media and creating artworks from ready made materials like tiles.

I started assembling small tiles of aluminium that I cut from larger foils, I painted and put them together to produce works that would later represent the main structure of my current production. My early works are sharp and are often torn apart by heads and figures that try and break the wall and is still the subject of the breakage that bewitches me. 
After a few attempts at mixing cement, glue and tiles, I created a copious body of works that revolves around the theme of abandoned places. I wonder what meanings and feelings these (once) familiar places arouse in those who lived there. I see them as restless dreams, spaces in ruins inhabited by ghosts that still retain an embryonic life.