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The area of intervention is a place where time seems to slow down, allowing a complete communion with the surrounding environment. Arriving at the dead-end, we simply stand between the rushing water and the rustling of the poplars, only exposed to the limits of our gaze over the other shore.

The piece draws a corner of contemplation, a frame that moulds and adjusts to the place, resting on the river shore and framing the landscape with the same languidness with which we experience the space. Here we recognize a set of unique elements that build their image and identity as a whole. As we walk along the banks of the Minho River we can see a set of structures related to fishing: boats, moorings tied to the shore, nets drying in the sun, small huts for storing fishing equipment along the riverfront, between the trees, as if awaiting the return of the fishermen to become useful.

A formal and compositional relationship that makes the piece very local.

team FAHR 021.3

Hugo Reis, Filipa Frois Almeida

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Filipa Frois Almeida

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Retail Concept S.A. + MAOS Carpintaria

event

Desencaminharte'18

promotor

Cim Alto Minho

location

Lanhelas, Caminha, Portugal

completion

2018

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The area of intervention is a place where time seems to slow down, allowing a complete communion with the surrounding environment. Arriving at the dead-end, we simply stand between the rushing water and the rustling of the poplars, only exposed to the limits of our gaze over the other shore.

The piece draws a corner of contemplation, a frame that moulds and adjusts to the place, resting on the river shore and framing the landscape with the same languidness with which we experience the space. Here we recognize a set of unique elements that build their image and identity as a whole. As we walk along the banks of the Minho River we can see a set of structures related to fishing: boats, moorings tied to the shore, nets drying in the sun, small huts for storing fishing equipment along the riverfront, between the trees, as if awaiting the return of the fishermen to become useful.

A formal and compositional relationship that makes the piece very local.

team FAHR 021.3

Hugo Reis, Filipa Frois Almeida

photography

Filipa Frois Almeida

construction

Retail Concept S.A. + MAOS Carpintaria

event

Desencaminharte'18

promotor

Cim Alto Minho

location

Lanhelas, Caminha, Portugal

completion

2018

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