Errita Zuna
Wuppertal, Germany

The project is about creating a pavilion which empathizes the work of Tony Cragg, by mimicking the movement of his workflow. The lichen itself promotes a small, multifunctional space which defines the mutualism of nature and humans, through technology as an asset for the environment.

By aiming the sky, the lichen offers a unique experience, which helps to understand the work of the artist. The hoops that reflect a moving image (which also provide light), together with the gaps between them, create a surrealist atmosphere, where the reality of the present (nature) and the imagination of the moving images collapse for the viewer while they are moving close or inside the pavilion.

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