A 29a Bienal de São Paulo e o Capacete Entretenimentos apresentam o projeto "Two persons house" de Jean Pascal Flavien.
A visitação à casa acontece aos sábados, nos dias 6, 20 e 27 de novembro, das 14h às 18h. A entrada é gratuita.
Bairro Vila Anglo-Brasileira (Pompeia)
Rua Dr. Francisco Figueredo Barreto 332/338 – Rua atrás da Ribeiro de Barros
De ônibus: sair na altura da rua Tavares Bastos
Helmut/ 011 84694354
Adriana/ 011 84694345
Veja a descrição do artista sobre a proposta "Two persons house":
"A new house has been being designed for the specific moment of the Sao Paulo Biennale. The house would depart as setting a “relation” between two persons, two selves, A and B, two spaces, intertwined together. I take as a context, the presence of Helmut and his specific Capacete project, and my presence in Sao Paulo around the time of the Biennale. It is marking this “relation” or bipolarity in the design of the space itself. Experimenting the house, would be experimenting what Merleau-Ponty calls “the power to let yourself be undone and redone by an actual other”1. The house is built of elements ranging form the size of the house itself to the size of little cubes or parts that can fit in your hand. It is constituted of several discontinuous elements or grouping of elements. There are three types differentiated mainly and mostly by size. The first group is composed of two major blocks interlocked, which together form the core of the house where the two persons can live. Those blocks are connected and open onto one another. They are of two different colors, blue and red. Each color is marking a person. The same colors are parting all groups of elements. The second group is made of elements, which in size are small enough for one or two persons to handle, carry, and move around. They can be re-positioned, permutated. Some are filling some gaps, windows, and connections between the two blocks of the first group, and thus seem to be directly part of this previous group. They can be found or placed inside or outside the house. The furniture, movable equipment, should be part of this grouping.
The third group of elements can stand in the palm of the hand, or fit in a pocket. These elements, although, they are part of the house, can be disseminated. The elements are so small that they can be carried away and, redistribute the house “relation” outside of its near spatial and static limits. The house dissolves, and thus can form again. Although, those three groups seem here to be clearly differentiated, it might not be the case in the reality. The graduation in size and changes of form of each single element sometime might erase the impression of discontinuity of this fabric.
The life in the house is scattered along this fabric knitted by these discontinuous elements. The importance to divide the house in such elements and small particles is to play and replay the relation at different levels, to allow the elements to mix levels, and to be able to disseminate one color among the other one. And so, each person is carrying the other person’s particles into his own pockets. The house is about 20 sq/m2".