"Tres vistas aéreas de los Andes y Amazonía" combina piedras locales como Ónyx, Mármol y Travertino de Junín y Ayacucho.

The Material of the Landscape

The stones allude directly to our nearest landscape: the mountains that border the coast of Lima. They are witness of flowing water and the passage of time. They come down from the highlands through the river creaks until they reach the sea and become sand. It is in the water where the Andes, the Amazonia and the desert converge.

We dig up land and find the imprints of every time, like rings of trees. We find a geographic and geologic space formed by overlapping layers and skins, fossils and time sediments that recreate the diverse and fragmented, past and present, solid and liquid at the same time. It is space in continuous discontinuity.

The Material of the Landscape aims to reconstruct the continuity of our time and space, reconnecting identity and body, and the relation with our inner and outer self, finding again the origins of the wild materials and their continuous transformation.

 

CONCEPT AND DESIGN

RAFAEL FREYRE

CRAFT WORK AND PRODUCTION OF PIECES

ROBERTO ROMÁN MUNAILLA

PRODUCTION

SOL JACOBS 

MARÍ RETAMOZO

YULIANA SANTA MARÍA

PHOTOGRAPHY

JUAN PABLO MURRUGARA

Esculturas de columnas y fierros de piedra

Esculturas de columnas y fierros de piedra

Ladrillos de distintas piedras

Ladrillos de distintas piedras

Filtros de piedra volcánica

Filtros de piedra volcánica

Lámparas de junco

Lámparas de junco

Esculturas de plantas hechas de piedra

Esculturas de plantas hechas de piedra

Muestra El Material del Paisaje

Muestra El Material del Paisaje