Casa Selvática

‘Take Spaces and Make Them New’ filled the entrance space at the house. This was the first time a larger space had been filled using individual wast paper cutouts, not the paper chains seen earlier on in the work, (http://bit.ly/13EFTbj).

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The shapes were a reflection of the four countries so far visited as part of 34South|61North and the installation took two days. This work was not installed live as has been a previous element of ‘Take Spaces and Make Them New’.

The finished work was up-lit using a single stage light with a green film gel. The air on the street made the shapes twist and dance causing them to knot together irreversibly.

On the opening night 6/6/13 Camilla gave a talk on her work 34South|61North and donated an artwork to be part of ‘The Map Exchange’ this work is being displayed in the upstairs gallery space at Selvática.

The Map Exchange, Curitiba.

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Photography by Lara Jacoski

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