SCRATCH THE SURFACE
Paint, vinyl and prints
5,5 m x 3,5 m
2015

Scratch the surface is a mural intervention specific for the space proposed by the museum, wich transformed the wall in a giant lottery scratch ticket, where viewers can interact with the work, as a happening.
In this way the public can go scratching, as scratching your lottery tickets when looking for a premium, to discover in it an image that reflects what really would look from that point of view if we break down the wall. The museum environment becomes part of the exhibition hall, proposing two readings: the interior opens to the city or the interiors is invaded by urban landscape that surrounds it.

Show in Patio Herreriano Museum, Valladolid
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