Packaging and Burying

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After the boxes are labelled, they are grouped and buried in the archive. The idea of burial here is not the same as that in a graveyard. Here, the artefacts do not become passive but are simply buried because in that way they are removed from the production space, they are a parallel world, where they are preserved but also removed. And unlike a real graveyard, here the tombstones act as index labels, so one can go through and open them up to find whatever they are looking for.

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3 Responses to Packaging and Burying

  1. Amar Mehta says:

    Maybe you can borrow some of rems imagery or ideologies in sequencing this space. In the same way the involuntary prisoners are instrumentalized and sorted in his “factory” in his thesis, your artefacts could have a similar lifeline/lifespan and move through your landscape in a similar way.

  2. Can you color one or two aspect of the drawing throughout the landscape perhaps?

    • Miruna Mazilu says:

      yeah I agree with sabri! maybe play with some tones/colour and adding it might become a ” grounding” element which helps you navigate through the massive drawing. – guide your eye. Also might help the audience read all the different types of drawing ( axo/perspective/elevation etc etc) more easily in relation to one another…

      Dunno if I’m making sense – we can chat after Thursday more ;)