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Urban Spectrum, 2018.

The installation "Urban Spectrum," created in 2018, sheds light on the urban dynamics of Medellin, Colombia. The city's focus on industrial development has led to a concentration of industry in the lower, flatter areas, resulting in pollution and forcing residents to build their homes in the mountainous regions, far from their workplaces.

To explore the individual experiences within this context, the artist engaged in conversations with workers from three different locations in the industrial neighborhood of "La Aguacatala." The installation features life-sized watercolor images of beds, arranged like floor tiles within these spaces. This unconventional artistic intervention disrupts the routine of the workers, sparking discussions about the city's housing policies, living conditions, and the responsibilities of both the administration and companies in ensuring equitable urban development.

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