// participatory painting + relax and rest space //
Passerby and festival assistants were invited to paint the word “antighetto” on a camouflage pattern fabric (160 x 520 cm). This proposal was made as part of the art festival in the Diversity Fair context. This fair was a citizen campaign targeted to explain gay, bisexual and transsexual rights.
The fabric to paint, bound with another a space. On the ground, carpets and plastic mattresses with camouflage patterns, allow and invite passerby to take a rest, dialogue and take a view to the square. Ephemeral architecture in an open public space intervention.
at the Diversity Fair + art festival at the France Square, Lima
june 19, 2003. From 12h to 20h
Diversity Fair (on LGBTIQ respect and rights)
ANTIGHETTO intervention, collaborative mural painting + space of use
(left) installation (panoramic view) / (right) installation rest area (detail)
painting the camouflage fabric with the word “antighetto”
finishing the “antighetto” flag with passerby aid
a place to play, to rest, and to take the sun of june and dialogue