Amorfa

Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina

AMORFA is a moving architecture proposal in the form of a conveyor belt made of wooden sheets joined at their ends. It is moved by the impulse of twelve activating people located inside the belt and that makes it move on urban space.

It arises from the notion of crisis as alteration and reconfiguration of a system simultaneously. Facing the current situation of constant changes in social, cultural and environmental structures, a question appears: what are the necessary conditions to function in a state of crisis? Adaptability to each critical juncture is presented as a path of possible existence in the permanent state of crisis in contemporaneity. Each transformation starts from the pre-existing; and what has lost its shape acquires a new morphology that is constantly renewed according to the circumstance.

Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Amorfa | 2023 | Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina

Amorfa | 2023

MDF plates flexed and moved by 6 performers on a 100-meter course
Rivadavia Avenue between Piedras and Suipacha | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Curatorship: Estefania Florez Bernal
Production: Agustina Vizcarra
Performers: Nicole Barretto, Juan José Bejarano, Blas Nielsen, Amanda Lituma, Carlos Ramirez y Rocío Starone
Realization: Alvaro Godoy, Marcelo Iannuccilli, Tobias Mao y Fernando Sucari
Photography and video: Yazmin Quiroga
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