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Pink Intruder Unveils Gorgeous Pixelated Cardboard Pavilion in Valencia, Spain
Posted By Lidija Grozdanic On May 7, 2013 @ 5:22 pm In Architecture,carousel showcase,gallery | No Comments
Pink Intruder  constructed an undulating canopy  from hexagonal corrugated cardboard boxes to represent a cave, says Miguel Arraiz García, one of the authors and founders of the collective. The structure was made from 3,000 modules stacked and connected to form stalactites and stalagmites .
The collective uses urban interventions  as a tool for generating creative debate and encouraging the public participation. Their idea for the pavilion was based on the concepts of safety and destruction, with the cave-like structure acting as a symbolic shelter. The piece is titled A Battle Is Raging Even If You’re Not Aware of It – the rage was suppressed until the end of the festival and unleashed by burning the pavilion to the ground.
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URLs in this post:
 cardboard pavilion: http://inhabitat.com/tag/cardboard-pavilion/
 Pink Intruder: http://www.pinkintruder.com/
 Fallas: http://www.fallasvalencia.es/
 A battle is raging even though you don´t know: http://vimeo.com/63670753
 Noel Arraiz: http://vimeo.com/noelarraiz
 Vimeo: http://vimeo.com
 undulating canopy: http://inhabitat.com/metropol-parasol-the-worlds-largest-wooden-structure-opens-in-seville/metropolparasol1/
 stalactites and stalagmites: http://inhabitat.com/wastescapes-is-an-artificial-cave-lined-with-thousands-of-chiseled-milk-bottles-in-london/
 urban interventions: http://inhabitat.com/felipe-carrelli-turns-abandoned-cars-into-public-art-in-sao-paulo/
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