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Let me park this
The perception of scale that we have of an object disappears when it becomes an image, even when references of scale are used, such as people, cars, bicycles etc...
What if the image were to represent the object not only visually but also physically?
Will the perception of the space and the image change?
Parting from this questions a performative act was born in which one quarter of a prototype for the border wall between Mexico and the US was printed in real scale (1:1) and compared to everyday contexts in a quest to find answers and record reactions.
A dance between the image, the performer and the space.
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