196,925 meters

‘196,925 meters’ is the systematic documentation by a two-sided geo- tagged panorama of the diverse conditions on the edge through walking along it. It would be both a performance and a statement: a performance since the act of us as individuals in a particular Landscape condition in a particular time would constitute a fundamental part of the work and its result, where time, space, our bodies and the relationship between them and the moving flows are the basic elements; a statement for it aims to be a call for a regional thinking in Mexico City and neighboring areas, which must acknowledge the necessity of understanding transversal landscape and infrastructural systems independently of political boundaries. While social phenomena, ecological systems and infrastructure should work organically thus respond to social and environmental natural dynamics, the geographic line that defines what is in and what is out, leaves in its place a field if not of battle, of great conflict.

  • CDMX

2010 - 2012

  • Víctor Muñoz
  • María Luz Bravo
  • Kate Balug (support)
  • Paola Aguirre (support)

GSD Harvard Pennywhite Fellowship