Universidad Iberoamericana de México (IBERO)
Mexico City, Mexico
In collaboration with: Mextrópoli 2015 and Arquine
Director: Anupama Kundoo
With Professor: Pablo Kobayashi
Teaching assistants: Alba Balmaseda, Isaac Michan and Francisco Regalado
IBERO Students: Maria Carvallo, Juan Carlos Prazmowski, Emilio Robles, Lucia Aumann, Carolina Madrigal, Ariela Chazan, Andres Gaviria, Daniel Amkie, Santiago Camarena, Ainhoa Jimenez, Daniela Fabregas, Eugenio Rubido, Sharon Acosta, Karla Gutierrez, Laura Gómez, Almudena Ramirez, Ann Gutierrez, Mauricio Cohen, Yoshua Gitlin, Alexa De Alba, Carlos Cruz, Pablo Aviles, Pamela Canseco, César Castila, Karen Godoy, Oscar Martinez, Cecilia Gonzalez, Paulina Chavez, Paulina Mondragón, Ana Lucia Rosas, Pedro Gaxiola, Laura Gomez, Tendy Vazquez, Ignacio Aguirre and Almudena Ramirez
This workshop is a three days experience building a full-scale hands-on learning urban installation in Mexico City. The aim is to develop a self supporting liquid wall reusing waste materials and filling them with water. In this case we have chosen tetra pack and two tons of tetra packs were given for this purpose.
The construction process of the installation and the installation itself is part of the event Mextrópoli 2015, organised by Arquine.