Here we have a new madrid inhabitant, he is spending the whole winter in this place: Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, besides Plaza Mayor. Most of the time singing & dancing without shoes and socks , claiming something to heaven, giving thanks and practising the art of being in the world: invading the time with singing and little movements.
Somebody searching for superheroes in front...we found him...
(essays about ludique time and space on people : http://www.fotolog.com/pueratelier , by Puer-atelier)
Saturday, 27 January 2007
Wednesday, 24 January 2007
Sunday, 21 January 2007
Thursday, 18 January 2007
Tuesday, 16 January 2007
Monday, 15 January 2007
Published by tr3nta ± at 23:23
we ask you: what activities can be perfomed inside a van? Why not using the m3 of space to develop activities instead of fulfill places with things. The surroundings of Plaza de Cascorro are always a tasty place to find the thin line between the fresh living and the boring life.
Published by ciudadano sin ideas ± at 00:11
Saturday, 13 January 2007
La Dehesa de la villa is not an urban park but a forest absorbed by the city… with its 60 hectares, and 850 years of history is one of the biggest parks in Madrid… The neighbourhood is fighting for that the town hall doesn’t convert this beautiful stop in an urban park full of asphalt, street lamps, and all kind of stuff were public administration like to spend money… For now la Dehesa still keeps its charming, at the same time savage, but cared look… I’ll go back to read my newspaper now…
Published by tr3nta ± at 19:00
Friday, 12 January 2007
San Francisco el grande dome… 33Mts of diameter… Bigger than St. Paul in London, or that ‘Les invalides’ in Paris… it just takes your breath away… for a moment the Pantheon comes to your mind… and you just don’t know were you are any more… The temple dates from 1784 and is the work of the architects, Fray Francisco Cabezas, Antonio Pló and Francesco Sabatini…
Published by tr3nta ± at 21:45
Thursday, 11 January 2007
On second plan ‘La casa de la Panaderia’ by Juan Gómez de Mora on XXVII century, typology that inspired Juan de Villanueva, one century later, to draw ‘Plaza Mayor’… The actual building and ‘affreschi’ were restored in the early 90’s.
Published by tr3nta ± at 22:40
Sunday, 7 January 2007
what do you know about your mother's life? do you know if she is happy?, is it important in your feelings?
serenity and hysteria at the same time. the impossibility of taking care of someone close to you.
(Another sunday at Rastro.Plaza Vara del Rey. Madrid)
Published by ciudadano sin ideas ± at 22:24
Friday, 5 January 2007
Where are we when we listen to music?,
Where are we when staring something as if time was not running off?
is it a deep thought inside mind or is something light which occupies only the skin?
( A muslim woman inside/outside El Rastro, Plaza Vara del Rey...a very special place)
Published by ciudadano sin ideas ± at 10:28
Thursday, 4 January 2007
Sunday mornings: the most authentic street market in Madrid. El Rastro. It is a market tradition. The whole quarter of Rastro and Plaza de Cascorro wakes up full of things on street. The sellers differenced by areas show off incredible ancient things.
This rumenian couple made us stop for a long while bewitched by bizarre songs and eastern energies
Published by ciudadano sin ideas ± at 10:05
Tuesday, 2 January 2007
These days are like that in Madrid : wide sky , bright and white light...typical winter's day
many little markets appear in the streets.
This is the side of the ancient cathedral of Madrid, is San Francisco El grande,s. XVIII, at the the time the second bigger "cupule" in the world after The Vatican. In this side there was a wonderful cloister, destroyed in some war.These place was batterfield during the Civil War ( 1936-39).
Published by ciudadano sin ideas ± at 13:25