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Rayuela - A Fading Kingdom

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wooden panels 3x3 m, chalk
participation of visitors
drawing on concrete floor with chalk and charcoal
photography of chalk/charcoal drawing on concrete floor, print on paper
installation - wool, wooden sticks, sponge, glue

Large scale participatory installation created during an artist residency by CreArt in Valladolid, Spain in 2018.

Objectives:

- Researching how fragility of a creation (due to it's position, material, size or expression) influences peoples attention and movement.

- Provoking intervention in an artwork and interaction between artist and visitor by extending the size of the work (using interior and exterior space, horizontal and vertical surfaces).

- Challenging the idea of art as an object by focusing on the proces of drawing, erasing, documenting and redefining the shape of the work.

- Creating a dossier of motives (photo documentation of drawings) that can be further applied in new projects or transferred into other media. - Promoting freehand drawing as a basic tool for visual artistic expression.

- Engaging with the given surrounding and its specifics, observing how it influences my creative proces - creating a site specific work.

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Victoria Obscure
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Nick Taylor
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Michael Kenna
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Reka Nyari
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Lisa Hasselgren
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Tzeng
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Gene Guynn
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Dylan Forsberg

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