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// a rough model of a Peruvian coastal precolumbian temple (huaca) made with cardboard contains a cavern. Inside, a slide-show video offers the testimony of the temple, as a witness of the city transformation during the last centuries. The slide-show focuses its information on critical perspectives on patrimony dismanagement and the lack of polices to relate cultural heritage to human development, and the creation of active and inclusive public spaces within this “protected cultural heritage” in abandoned condition. //

 

Caverna Paraiso (Paradise Cavern), 2013

Installation. 2013
cardboard, wood and wheels
163 x 220 x 160 cm.

 

Exhibited in the Amazonas Expedition group show.
Pancho Fierro Municipal Gallery. Lima
September 26th – October 20th, 2013
 
Project done in the group-show Expedición Amazonas (Amazonas Expedition), under curatorial guidance by Augusto del Valle.
Lima 2012-2013.
 

Caverna Paraiso (Paradise Cavern), 2013

Caverna Paraiso (Paradise Cavern), Lima 2013

 

VIDEO

 

SLIDESHOW Performance. October 12, 2013 (Lima Historical City Centre)

 

DOCUMENTATION

Video report by La Mula (in Spanish)

 

DOCUMENTACIÓN PDF (in Spanish)