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The Child Side

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Nowadays, the high-speed behavior of the social dynamics has driven children, whatever the social class they belong, to create a fantastic and secret universe where they find shelter from the multiple conflicts in which they are involved and where their nature, identity and thoughts are hidden behind a character. From this point, The Child Side (El lado de los niños) explores that universe in a ludic way under a timeless atmosphere that melt spaces, fantastic characters and the little-huge human beings behind each one and abording the rude cotidianity of the children´s population from a positive, esthetic and reflexive perspective. This project is, comprehensively speaking, a visual statement that invites spectators to establish a sensitive dialogue that will lead us to know the faces and identities, talents and thoughts of the children’s that silently cohabits our metropolis. The visual support emerge from corners, basements, rooftops and natural spaces where each character belongs, that, without modifying them, will be intervened by light, to transform them into timeless spaces that offer the spectator an esthetic, comfortable and mysterious perspective of what happens there.
  • The Child Side es un universo fantástico que existe en todos nosotros, ese lugar secreto que identificábamos como “nuestro” y donde liberábamos nuestra imaginación adoptando personajes. Ese escondrijo en donde desaparecías por horas sin que nadie supiera lo que estabas haciendo.
    El proyecto explora de manera lúdica ese universo, sus espacios, sus personajes y los pequeños-grandes seres humanos que hay detrás de cada uno, bajo un contexto actual, en donde el acelerado ritmo de la dinámica social conduce a los infantes, sin distinción de clases, a buscar refugio de los múltiples conflictos a los que se ven sometidos y en donde su naturaleza, identidad y pensamiento se ocultan detrás de un personaje.

    Las imágenes invitan a un diálogo que demanda sensibilizarnos para conocer los rostros, identidades y pensamientos de las niñas y niños que cohabitan silenciosos en nuestra urbe, esperando ser descubiertos. 

    Carlos Díaz N.

  • I WANT MORE Exhibition, Taiwan, 2013.
    /// An exhibition about excess, waste and self-absorption. ///
    /// 一個有關過剩,浪費和自我吸收的展覽 ///
    June 7, 2013 – June 14, 2013
    竹圍工作室 Bamboo Curtain Studio
    No.39, Ln. 88, Sec. 2, Zhongzheng E. Rd., Danshui Dist., New Taipei City 251, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

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