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'' SYNTAX - HOMOGENIZED CONSTRUCTION / DECONSTRUCTION ( Deconstructive points)'' MATERIAL: Iron, metal, plastic, steel. TECHNIQUE: Assemblage, welding, cut, screwed, vised, painted. (and projection of my painting in colour, and video. 130 x 115 x 155 cm. Sculpture - Public Sculpture in Urban Space. In the opposite, Homogenized construction, deconstructive points,in the sense of a Syntax is made with an assembly of garbage, as trash of construction of the City ('chatarreria', 'junk yard') or deposit of garbage classifieds and transformed by material. As a deconstruction of materials as an archeology of the City, the reconstruction of every point, line and planes, every material exists in its own reality coming from the City and its trash garbage as traces of the past and their quotidianity , regarding to the future. Every element -event down by multiple parts in an defined universe, the City and its urban order as a planified construction, not so far, no more far. In that sense, every element assembled as its materiality has a particular importance to 'homogenize us'. Every element has its own reality and own history to deconstruct point by point, layer by layer, plane by plane, every event during its trajectory as an archeology of its own deconstruction, as an archeology of our own deconstruction to create a new reality with our material rests and its signification linking their inhabitants with their own history, landscape, geography and materiality.. Shock of events and moments. Shock of different realities to construct only one. from the sea dramatically overlooking the Pacific Ocean passing to the green lands and oasis in the desert, until the mountains and Amazonian jungle, related by a film in the opposite of the world which traces us leaving a trace the silence and some words of the sea to the Peruvian Amazon all time forgot in the world that bauhaus and josef and anni albers discovered during their trips in America. Result: First place winner, Status: Complete. Realized, Executed and Exhibited (by selection of the Jury) , with Public Exhibition, in Public Garden, Park. JURY: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture), SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture), CURATED BY: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture),

Date: 05/05/2018