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Sculptural Installation - Intervention. 600 x 300 x 200 cm. 00_0001 TILE Modification of the perception of space through light. Objective: This installation produced in each participant a sensation of manipulated and artificial fullness using electric means and artificial light, giving the illusion of perspective diluted in the space which was produced a sensation of infinite and evocative horizon. This will be obtained by visually eliminating the wall of the parallelepiped built as a room, altering the light. What is more real? The reality or the manipulation of this by artificial means? Reality or evocation? Does she create my reality or does she let me manipulate it? Procedure: In a closed space, created and built for this purpose, it is about embracing the atmosphere to the maximum to obtain the desired spatial and emotional modification. The space created was small and narrow, shallow, (6m x 3m x 2m). Fluorescent brackets was 'burritos' built inside a maximum height of 90 cm. at different consecutive levels of height in a staggered way, since it is from this height that the visual perception of a linear perspective directed to a person of average height (1.60 m height) was visually altered. The visual modification of a space that is very closed and that has a front wall in front, perceiving that the background continues much more deeply than in reality. Mode of action: From a distance of 1.30 m. for 10 seconds at which time the fluorescent lights was started consecutively with an interval of 1.5 seconds between one and the other. During the 8 seconds the participant see, feel and perceived how a light direction is created after which it was off for another 8 seconds and it was turned on and the process was restarted again. Execution time: 2 minutes on average, repeating every three times creating the desired effect. Status: Complete, Realized, constructed and executed, with presentation. Result: First place winner- JURY: Arch. Maria Burela Pando, and Miguel Garcia (Biennial of La Habana, Biennial of Cuenca, Central Saint Martin's School of Art of London.) SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: Arch. Maria Burela Pando, and Miguel Garcia (Biennial of La Habana, Biennial of Cuenca, Central Saint Martin's School of Art of London). Exhibited, (by selection of the Jury) in Public exhibition in close space, only as project, with pictures and explications, because ephemeral. CURATED by the Jury: Arch. Maria Burela Pando, and Miguel Garcia (Biennial of La Habana, Biennial of Cuenca, Central Saint Martin's School of Art of London.). Year: 2004

Date: 04/20/2018