Deconstructing an explicit content
The installation Deconstructing an explicit content raises the contemplation of the landscape, defined within the idea of visualizing the environmental destruction that has arisen in most of our planet. Although we usually avoid looking at waste as the natural resources we are exploiting, we are all causing environmental destruction. Most of us appeal to an immersion in the nature as an escape route from the city, towards a type of landscape that often has to do with visualizing a natural paradise where the hand of man is not perceived. Our project talks about the needs that we currently have to understand another type of landscape. From the idea of generating a work of art and the representation of a landscape we want to build a landscape from different points of view, and at the same time execute a landscape as a political statement within the idea of definition of a sustainable landscape. Sometimes it is believed that only an urban plan is enough where the new streets or parks in the city force to pose a new territory, but within the scale of the process has been expanding a new type of landscape within the definition of territory coined as exurban or peri-urban. In this type of territory lies another type of landscape, in many of them the landscape we find is a hodgepodge between the city and the countryside where natural infrastructure is mixed with an anthropic infrastructure of human waste. We propose to rescue the idea of visualizing a landscape sometimes hidden in our memory, when we walk through a landscape constructed by the hand of man, where we avoid viewing unregulated landscapes caused by decontextualized fragments of a landscape that lives with our waste. An increasingly common landscape, where the remains of productive or extractive activities are displayed.