Steel modular estructure, photographic filter (ref. 306 medium lemon and ref. 104 summer blue), indian silk curtain, stools, table, knifes, juicers, cups, and fresh oranges.
Orange oranges 2 (Medium lemon/Summer blue) consisted of a cabin identical to that of oranges oranges, with its walls and roof also made of orange filter, but this time the windows and lights in the gallery were covered with blue photographic filter. The viewer first entered this blue space, where the orange tent brighted green. The viewer could still enter the cabin and squeezed orange juice, but now, being in an environment with blue light, oranges and juice were an intense blue-green. The contrast between the visual appearance of the juice, so different, but smell and taste the same (the smell of oranges is intense inside the cabin) provoked a strong phenomenological/ epistemological shock.
This installation belongs to a wider series of works that use the same metallic structure, exploring its constructive possibilities for articulating language, and that aim as a whole to a structural analysis of the functioning of sculpture vocabulary.