YetDust

Art Installation at Nowhere 2022

YetDust

Art installation at Nowhere 2022

YetDust

Art Installation at Nowhere 2022

YetDust

Art installation at Nowhere 2022

 

YetDust

Art installation at Nowhere 2022

 

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July 2022

Nowhere Event 2022

Los Monegros Desert

Art Installation

JetClay


 

July 2022

Nowhere Event 2022

Los Monegros Desert

Art Installation

JetClay

 

July 2022

Nowhere Event

Los Monegros Desert

Art Installation

JetClay


 

July 2022

Nowhere Event

Los Monegros Desert

Art Installation

Jetclay

Arches, buttes, gorges, cliffs, stacks,  stone runs. Geological morphologies formed through time and layered by weather, in a continuous change. The landscape creates singular forms that in turn provide cultural attachments to the people inhabiting them. From nature to culture. Our project proposes the inversion, from culture to nature.

We will use the matter of the Monegro┬┤s soil, clay, and digitally transform it via  a 3D clay printer, into cultural artifacts.

We want to use the bodies of the festival goers, the community of participants and makers of the cultural event, as geological morphologies. We don't seek a celebration of the anthropological, but rather the merge of the cultural and natural. Therefore the bodies will not be fully digitally scanned, but framed in arrays of emotions and gestures, representing the immediacy of the festival. Once printed they will lay on the soil they came from. merged with the land, surging from the dirt.

Once scattered, the environment will take on the role of nurturing them, the change will continue. The wind will erode them, the rain will dissolve them, and eventually they will all come back to dust, included back into the fold of earth. Because even if all becomes,  yet everything is dust.

Arches, buttes, gorges, cliffs, stacks,  stone runs. Geological morphologies formed through time and layered by weather, in a continuous change. The landscape creates singular forms that in turn provide cultural attachments to the people inhabiting them. From nature to culture. Our project proposes the inversion, from culture to nature.

We will use the matter of the Monegro┬┤s soil, clay, and digitally transform it via  a 3D clay printer, into cultural artifacts.

We want to use the bodies of the festival goers, the community of participants and makers of the cultural event, as geological morphologies. We don't seek a celebration of the anthropological, but rather the merge of the cultural and natural. Therefore the bodies will not be fully digitally scanned, but framed in arrays of emotions and gestures, representing the immediacy of the festival. Once printed they will lay on the soil they came from. merged with the land, surging from the dirt.

Once scattered, the environment will take on the role of nurturing them, the change will continue. The wind will erode them, the rain will dissolve them, and eventually they will all come back to dust, included back into the fold of earth. Because even if all becomes,  yet everything is dust.

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