El Suelo

Estudio Invasivo introduces their concept of Sesiones Arquetípicas (archetypical sessions): Sesiones Arquetípicas are urban fleeting explorations around architectural elements located in a territory, where the interaction between observer and observed object appears as an opportunity to think about the archetypical. The participants (called “fleeting inhabitants”) are invited to answer a general question which is formed as a guideline on how to approach, through photographs, the visited place.

After the publication of the first three sessions (El Muro, El Vano, El Cielo), we today present their fourth archetypical session on the “floor” visiting a ruin in Concepción, Chile. The question posed was: “What separates the floor when it appears below us?”.