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Exile on main street

Exile on main street, 2015

Collage by Motoproprio

Proposal for a UNESCO cultural centre at Bamiyan to the west of Kabul, Afghanistan.

This town and the surrounding valley have been listed as World Heritage Sites under threat by UNESCO since the Taliban began to destroy the statues of Buddha there in 2001.

This building lies on an even site on the elevated part of the building plot. Its square, one-storey construction uses a universal and elementary form to promote immediate recognition and appropriation of the space by visitors. The building appears as an isolated form, encircled by outer walls. The interstitial space thus created, a sort of no man’s land, gives the building an air introversion and acts as an intimate space in which the memory of the site and its future can meet. The space is enclosed, with the wall appearing as both a limit and a form of protection that is a reminder of man’s ephemeral nature.

With Nicolò Ornaghi & Francesco Zorzi

Technique: collage
Paper: Hahnemühle photo Rag 308g/mA
Medium: “giclée”art print type
Ink: anti-aging pigment inks
Guarantee: certificate of authenticity signed by the architect

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Exile on main street

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Description

Collage by Motoproprio

Proposal for a UNESCO cultural centre at Bamiyan to the west of Kabul, Afghanistan (2015).
This town and the surrounding valley have been listed as World Heritage Sites under threat by UNESCO since the Taliban began to destroy the statues of Buddha there in 2001.
This building lies on an even site on the elevated part of the building plot. Its square, one-storey construction uses a universal and elementary form to promote immediate recognition and appropriation of the space by visitors. The building appears as an isolated form, encircled by outer walls. The interstitial space thus created, a sort of no man’s land, gives the building an air introversion and acts as an intimate space in which the memory of the site and its future can meet. The space is enclosed, with the wall appearing as both a limit and a form of protection that is a reminder of man’s ephemeral nature.
With Nicolò Ornaghi & Francesco Zorzi.

Paper: Hahnemühle William Turner 310g/mA
Medium:  “giclée” artprint with anti-aging pigment inks
Guarantee: certificate of authenticity signed by the architect

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FORMATS

BLACK BRUSHED ALUMINIUM FRAME

A classic frame for the work, 100% aluminium, acrylic glass and rings attached to the back. Available for A4 to A1 formats.

 

NATURAL OAK FRAME

A classic frame for the work, made of 100% solid oak wood certified as sustainable, with rings attached to the back. Available for A4 and A3 formats.

 

DIBOND MOUNTING FRAME

A very ‘clean’ look when the work is hung, as it is mounted directly on 3mm Dibond; the wooden stretcher frame sets the work away from the wall. The work is printed on anti-UV, anti-aging and anti-smudge art papers, meaning that it needs no glass to protect it. Available for all formats.

Additional information

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Format

A0 (84,1 x 118,9 cm) – 10 u, A1 (59,4 x 84,1 cm) – 20 u, A2 (42 x 59,4 cm) – 30 u, A3 (42 x 29,7 cm) – 50 u, A4 (21 x 29,7 cm) – 100 u

Framing

Unframed, Black brushed aluminium, Natural oak by Moebe, Dibond mounting

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