Ceramic with Copper Wire
Inspired from the existing physical and informal boundaries that impact the pedestrian movement in the city of Beirut.
These boundaries shape and deform the urban experience thereby creating new ‘pockets’ in the city. These ‘spaces’ are social productions shaped by the practices of the people.
Thus, we embrace the intervention of these boundaries allowing them to naturally shape the raw ceramic.
In some instances, we showcase the remnants of past boundaries that have left their mark permanently on the city affecting the behavior and movement of the people.
At other times, the boundaries have become sacred and establish their value by the recurring social practices.