2019 Edition – Garden 6
Gallewood is a garden, a sequence of scenes, a collaborative space and everything you can imagine.
The garden functions as a place where every visitor has the chance to make their way through a different story, depending on where they choose to look. The sum of all these perspectives will generate a collective visit to the garden.
Visitors will be free to interpret the cinematic sequence created by the spaces that comprise the project. Through #gallewood on Instagram, they will be able to take part in the collective film made by an accumulation of images and videos.
In short, this project is about personal relationships with the space that surrounds us, through film.
These relationships will be evident in what each person chooses for their own film. What they choose to fix in their memory.
Galiza, República Dominicana e Arxentina
Taller Salvaje is a space for reflection on architecture and its limits. We try to push our work to the bounds of the profession. Based on our experience, we attempt to operate as an experimental workshop, a space for learning and continuous change. We are open to working with new spatial and social realities where we can contribute from an architectural perspective.
Andrea Arias de la Torre. Architect, University College Dublin, CESUGA centre, 2015. Master of Advanced Architectural Projects, Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid, 2017. Collaborator of the Alejandro de la Sota Foundation (2018–present).
Victoria Della Chiesa. Architect, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2010. Master of Advanced Architectural Projects, Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid, 2017. CUIA grant and academic exchange, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 2008.
Jorge Recio. Architect, Autonomous University of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2012. PhD candidate in advanced architectural projects (2019) and Master of Advanced Architectural Projects (2017) from the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid. Lecturer and researcher in photography and projects, Eastern Central University, San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic, 2014.