Anarchitekton (Barcelona, Bucarest, Brasilia, Osaka)

Bucharest, Osaka, Brasilia and Barcelona. In the early 2000s, Jordi Colomer organised a brief, impossible journey in which the buildings of different cities on the planet abandoned their architectural immobility and began to travel. With the help of the artist Idroj Sanicne (aka Jordi Encinas), he produced some scale models of buildings and took them for a walk. The result is a frieze of desires and an allegory of the relationship of humans to the environment at a time when, like today, new relationships with our surroundings need to be invented.

Jordi Colomer "Anarchitekton (Barcelona, Bucarest, Brasilia, Osaka)", 2004
Jordi Colomer "Anarchitekton (Barcelona, Bucarest, Brasilia, Osaka)", 2002-2004
Jordi Colomer "Anarchitekton (Barcelona, Bucarest, Brasilia, Osaka)", 2002-2004
Jordi Colomer "Anarchitekton (Barcelona, Bucarest, Brasilia, Osaka)", 2002-2004
Jordi Colomer "Anarchitekton (Barcelona, Bucarest, Brasilia, Osaka)", 2002-2004
The problem becomes clear, crystal clear: the artist’s canvas becomes a mirror.
Michelangelo Pistoletto