Proposal Title: Trenches of Consecuences, 03/31/2008, Sculpture
Proposal Synopsis: TRENCHES OF CONSECUENCES
As intromission and irruption, the inverted forrows are conceived as a monument to the fallen ones,
As the materialization for the consecuences, the decision, the actors and the interests,
As a permanent memory over the sand,
As bundles oh shadow in the desert's horizon.
Furrow, trench, and wall, dividing and breaking a nation apart.
These inverted Trenches of Consecuences are made of three components:
The inverted trenches as two blocks of granite inserted in the desert, with the engraved names of the victims on them.
The reflections of casualties in the two water mirrors as a reference of the tigris and euphrates rivers,
where the names of the fallen civilians and the sky will both being reflected
depression of memory, as silence between the walls and a space for reflection and remembering
Artist's Biography: Jorge Aldea. Born in Venezuela is 21 years old. Actually student of 5th year of Architecture at La Universidad del Zulia (Maracaibo, Venezuela) and currently teacher's assistant of the subjects Architectural Design 1 and 2 since 2005, having several participations on architectural contest.
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