site specific 7 channels installation + plastic strings on walls
A Cielo Aperto is an immersive site- specific installation based on maps of controlled airspace delineating, among other restricted and prohibited sites, the flight corridors used by military drones. The installation consists of wall projections of a single still image, a photograph of the sky and of a network of strings that cut through the space above the viewer’s head and cast shadows onto the walls.
A Cielo Aperto #2 is the second installation of an ongoing project. It is based on a Low Flying Chart of the sky above the State of New York.
The work was exhibited at Peekskill Project 6, 2015, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY