Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016

This site specific installation, curated by Juan Bufill for the windows of art centre Arts Santa Mónica in Barcelona, originates from the expression rambla (from the Arab word ramla, which refers to sand, gravel and other sediments found on sloping surfaces). By applying five pictures from my project B on the structure of an art deco window, I intend to mirror the pre-existent frontier between the solid reality of the city and the liquid abstraction of the sea. This visual study on the different states of matter is centered on the sand found on the coastline, which is the place where the land becomes water.  

Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
Rambla window display at Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona) 2016
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