“Máquinas de vivir” exhibition at CentroCentro Madrid

Through choreography, music, actions, images, paintings, photographs, films, models, books, documents and scenographies, the exhibition proposes the spatio-temporal relation between three different and fields of production, three ways of understanding the territory, the city and the house, different and related ways of being in the domestic space, architecture and urban planning.

 

Viviendas para una comunidad de gitanos (O Vao, Pontevedra, 1970-1972), Pascuala Campos y César Portela. Foto: Anna Turbau.

Viviendas para una comunidad de gitanos (O Vao, Pontevedra, 1970-1972), Pascuala Campos y César Portela. Foto: Anna Turbau.

 

“Máquinas de vivir” (Machines for living) is a project that opens a three-way dialogue between radical architecture, social criticism and flamenco representations. Through choreography, music, actions, images, paintings, photographs, films, models, books, documents and scenographies, he proposes the spatio-temporal adjustment between three different and linked fields of production, three ways of understanding the territory, the city and the house, different and related ways of being in the domestic space, architecture and urban planning, reinventions of the flows of circulation, mobility and walk, whose development in the present starts in the second half of the twentieth century. (more…)