This installation contains six tons of steel, 28 meters long, 11 meters high, five meters deep, and almost 200 intersections, make up the digitally developed metal mesh installation.
The structure finds its physicality in the irregularity that is a by-product of the human hand.
The creative team chose this location near the station as one of the most representative areas in Porto. It´s Surrounded by the architectural diversity and it doesn’t go unnoticed to the City visitors.
The structure and the large metal mesh create impact on the city.
‘metamorfose’ has found its place in a ruin, a location that showcases decay, destruction, and dissertation. the ruin, part of the history of the city, is now an area of intervention and, first and foremost, of imagination.
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January 21, 2016 | Filed under TREND EDITIONS and tagged with arquitecture, Art Gallery, contemporary art, contemporary designers, design galleries, FAHR 021.3, installation art, men sculptures, mesh installation, Metamorfose, modern design, porto, sculpture art.