PASEO METAMORFICO: a comic about a territorial injustice
Pina and John are travelling to Barcelona for the first time and they are so looking forward to jump in the sea. Once landed, they figured out that there is a huge portion the city facing the sea but without possibility of interaction: the Port Vell. A series of obstacles are physically dividing them from the water, generating a strong discomfort.
is it fair to preclude to the most such an important resource as the sea?
The fence ends representing the territorial injustice perpetuated among the city. What can we do to give back to people – both residents and tourists – a space of the city which should belong to them? A series of ephemeral, metamorphic and light interventions to transform this area in a place for everybody is a possible answer. The idea of John and Pina is to organise a festival on this metamorphic waterfront, or why not more than one!
The dolphins of the Barcelona aquarium would be swimming and enjoying this space, as far as rowers and other athletes. Concerts, shows and performance can take place on floating platforms. More and more ideas are coming to their min
UN PASEO METAMORFICO