A PRECARIOUS WAIT

Exploring the construction of traditional concrete buildings, the forms inner structure of rebar is left exposed, leaving a space to be occupied. First there is the wire frame and a mold, which tilts to create new angles, then the concrete is poured to various levels.

 

The distance between weight and emptiness reveals a space to wait. The experience of shelter moves between protection and precariousness.

The experience of shelter moves between protection and precariousness.