"The city that eats itself"
Found tires and wall fragments of buildings
in the process of demolition
The processes of construction and destruction in search of an ideal city, lead to transformations in the social, political, economic and cultural fields. The architectural contrasts of a city allow us to investigate about the relationships that the inhabitants have with the place where they live.
It is in architecture where I allow myself to expand this focal spectrum, to explore this way, the city where it is built. This organic space of encounters and disagreements in which, with a careful look, we can discover our idiosyncrasies, memories of a past that lasts in the form of vestiges, remains and abandoned objects.
Photo: Ricardo Bohórquez.