- # Social
- # Environment
- # Infrastructure
The New Green is a series of little monuments scattered in the urban realm, that perform as chroma-key devices (green-screen) in the public space of the city.
These new sets are a physical framework that fosters imagination, interaction and multiple narratives of urban appropriation.
These little sculptures could be the basis for endless possible curatorial projects on the city, as well as an instrument of activation and injection of public life: an ever-changing image archive of juxtaposition.
The virtual level they generate, is squatting a space left free by reality; it's an agent of change, transforming the public domain into a territory of self-expression and encounter, an open stage for collective rites and individual action, a place of dialogue, negotiation and debate.
The little monuments are both furniture and stages for the city.
The green color is the boundary of infinite urban images yet to come.