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Site-specific intervention
garcía|galería, Madrid, ES
2014
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To stretch out 100 metres of rope around a building, from the ground floor to the roof, running across the exhibition space, circling around the flats above, tying the ends in a knot, and cutting the rest.
The gallery space is located in the groung floor of an apartment building. It has two openings, one door to the street and one window to the back courtyard.

The proposal aims to enlarge the limits of the exhibition space to its architectural framework. The rope draws the perimeter of the section of the building - from the lower level to the upper one- containing the different types of habitable spaces.

The neighboring community agrees to make the intervention just for one day during the opening. Then the rope is untied and remains inside the exhibition space, along with the rest of the documentation produced for the project.

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Pencil on paper, colour photograph and rope
1 drawing of 27,5 x 42 cm; 1 drawing of 78,5 x 42 cm; 15 photographs of 20 x 15 cm each; 1 rope of 68 m
2014