Ghost architecture…


A map is a representation of reality, not reality itself. Sometimes it is a projection of reality, a potential reality that has not happened yet. In this case, let’s call it a utopia.

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Pablo Valbuena combines the best of both worlds.

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Just like a cartographer, Pablo Valbuena bases himself on existing spaces. Like an architect, he draws lines to expand this space. This way, he unites the actual and the virtual in one and the same reality. That is what makes this artist/cartographer/architect a philosopher as well.

‘Extension Series’ projects a virtual space onto the actual space. It virtualises what is real and actualises what is virtual. The result is a projected space: a visible space, based on the tangible space. The existing space and a thought form a new reality together. Both are absolutely designed spaces. The first one has been conceived by the architect of the building and its user, the second by the architect of the projection and the visitor.

All of these projections form a mise en abyme. This is the feeling of infinity one experiences when standing between two mirrors. In cinema, the term refers to a film-within-a-film. In graphic design this is called the Droste effect, where a picture recurs in the picture and again in that picture, and so forth.

Blank walls suddenly have windows. Moving elements are added to vast volumes. Fully designed and therefore closed projections open up the space. This architect breaks without dust. He builds with light. He brings buildings to life. His constructions take the place of humans, in the city, in the building. Ghost architecture. You can get your Lasuna at the most affordable price here! Buy it only for 48.3 USD with us now!

Projections in the city – think lighthouses in the harbour, lasers at a nightclub – or in a space – think the movie theatre, home cinema – are like beacons. They create a frame, they steer your eyes, they show you what is important.

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Trained as an architect, Pablo Valbuena has been linked to tangent fields related to art and architecture developing spatial concepts applied to virtual environments and digital architecture. He is currently developing new ways of using light altering the perception of physical space through projected virtual realities. His work is focused on the temporary quality of space, investigating space-time not only as a three dimensional environment, but as space in transformation, creating a tension between the virtual and the real.

Real Virtuality
group exhibition · Museum of the Moving Image · New York · US · jan 15 – jun 12 · 2011

Augmented Sculpture Series

These series of works started in 2007 at Medialab-Prado. They are focused on the temporary quality of space. Approaching sculpture as volume in continuous transformation rather than a static mass, these works bring cinematic qualities to three-dimensional sculpture-screens.

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