Streets of Paris (I)

Life passes by leaving traces that normally can not decipher, but they transmit the thickness of the deposited time. In Paris we find shapes cut on the asphalt pavements, scars of operations performed in the living body of the city by surgeons with hammer drills.A few strokes of functional geometries become a metaphor for the duality of the human being between the pursuit of perfection of abstract geometry and the limitations imposed by the complexity of reality.

In an increasingly tech world where all the mechanical production puts us in constant contact with mathematically executed elements, recover a craft geometries puts us in touch with the objects humanity often far away.

Mapping wounds of another era, like the archaeologist, drawing fine lines above the area studied, numbering parties to collect every detail accurately.

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