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TRENCHES - MALAGA FINE ARTS FACULTY
TRENCHES - MALAGA FINE ARTS FACULTY
Students colaborating during the construction: Epifanía Alarcón,Sonia Álvarez, Ana Belén Arrabal, Belén Barba, Carmen Bautista, Mateo Benítez, Beatriz Blázquez, Rafael Bravo, Ana Capablanco, Rocío Cassini, Carmen Castillo, José Chacón, Francisco Conde, Sandra Cobos, Emma Cortés, Mª José Cruz, Vicente Denis, José Mª Escalona, Daniel Escriba, Ana Fernández, Ana Lucía Ferrer, Almudena García, Azucena García, Francisca García, Rosa Mª García, Eva Gómez, Esperanza Gómez, Noemí González, Nereida González, Ana Belén González, Sergio González, Eva Hermoso, Pedro Hernández, Julie Horakova, Marina Jiménez, Ana Mª Jiménez, Ramón López, Azahar López, MªEugenia López, Mª Victoria Márquez, Olimpia Mostazo, Tamara Navarro, Cristina Navas, Paloma Pedrosa, Juan Pelegría, Cristina Peralta, Sara Pérez, Rocio Pérez, José Perez, Mercedes Pino, Iván Quintero, J. Miguel Ramírez, Marina Rengel, Gema Mª Román, Antonio Sánchez, Ignacio Mª Santos, Mónica Simón, Martín Soler, Ana Solís, Belén Soria, Mª Elena Suárez, José Tarodo, Rocío Texeira, Estefanía Tornay, Mª Dolores Villalba, Rocío Yuste, Cristina Zorita.
Architect invited by the new Malaga Dean of Fine Arts to design the building planned for the teaching of that subject (located on the Teatinos campus). The design is intended to reflect the approach of the teaching program of the new department, which conceives of contemporary art as something contaminated by other disciplines. At first glance we observe that the spaces prepared for teaching are located in the basement of the building, and thus that, without a doubt, new spatial and functional capacity is being developed on its roof. The students take this up enthusiastically, participating in the project voluntarily and on a mass scale. They generate an experience in which they themselves construct two trench classrooms and 600 m2 of conditioned floor, as well as an experience of self-management through which they take responsibility for enlivening these new spaces with uses that they find important during their stay at the University. Included in this experience is the resignation of the director of the Málaga Architecture School, an institution that is set to open at the same time as the school of Fine Arts. He prohibits students from "his" school who are inscribed in this new "affair" to participate in this experience, which causes complications and transforms a group of passive students into a more active type of citizens.
Subjects > Architect invited by the university and registered students
Collaborators > #1, Carmen Osuna, Vice Rector of the Universidad de Málaga, various friends of the Open Classroom, "Barriada" forum, Tânia Magda Santos, Alejandro Bonasso, Gergo Kukucska, Román Torre, Guillaume de Meigneux, Santi Cirugeda, Gianluca Stasi and various bar
Special Materials > lattice beams and steel sheets, OSB beams, sacks of jute, corkoak shavings, plasticized reinforced cloth, 110X8 mm.
Description > Two classroom buildings made of a steel structure built on a concrete base, wood beams covered by sacks of jute, and a plastic cloth that covers them to protect from rain. Installations.
Approximate surface area > Two spaces that together take up 225 m2 and the conditioning of 600 m2 of the roof