The "places of the imagination" collection. Heterotopia or surreal fantasy? It is a process around real places, yet out of... Read More
The "places of the imagination" collection. Heterotopia or surreal fantasy? It is a process around real places, yet out of all existing places, since they are real architectures in the details, but at the same time spaces recreated imaginative in their entirety. The "places of the imagination" have one concept in common, they open up to the invention of the individual, but at the same time they are detached from it. They are half-closed portals, no one knows what lies beyond these buildings, but heteropic spaces also have the extraordinary possibility of being created from tangible spaces, building alternative worlds and structures, different from the present and visible everyday reality. They therefore open up to possible existence and impermanence. They are not non-places, but they are other than the places we see while preserving their state of existence in basic elements, easily recognizable or completely distorted by the combinations constructed by the imagination. They are spaces beyond the ordinary seeing, in that space beyond the horizon of the visible, where the invisible and the magical world of elsewhere begins from here
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