viernes, 3 de julio de 2009

La Ciudad Hidroespacial en el Museum of Fine Arts of Houston (Texas)

Se inauguró la muestra North Looks South en el Museum of Fine Arts of Houston (Texas, EE.UU.). En ella, la Ciudad Hidroespacial será la principal protagonista.
Invitacion MFAH Kosice
Estará presentada por un conjunto de maquetas, lugares para vivir, constelaciones, fotomontajes, dibujos y textos. Asimismo, se prevé la construcción de una sala especial para hospedar la totalidad de las obras de la Ciudad Hidroespacial, que el Museo ha decidido adquirir. Las obras tendrán ahora un espacio de expresión propio y dedicado. Agradezco especialmente a Mari Carmen Ramírez por su intervención. On June 7th the exhibit North Looks South, at the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston was inaugurated. The Hydrospatial City was the main piece. The MFAH will be the first museum to display this immense work in its entirety. The installation, to be presented in a 200-square-foot room, demonstrates my vision for the future: space architecture for a new, utopian civilization. There will be a galaxy of clear plastic mobiles that dangles from the ceiling. The installation also includes a manifesto, fifteen drawings, sketches, photos, and more. The MFAH has recently offered me to purchase the totality of the works that conform the Hydrospatial City. Now, it will have a new dedicated space, maximizing the work's expression. I specially thank Mari Carmen Ramirez for her help and intervention.