Hidden Dimensions

Hidden Dimensions explores the multiple facets of the tiles as a material, an aesthetic, a political statement or an economy. Borrowing from the different strategies that azulejos have employed over the history, the project will display, around Lisbon, various temporary interventions. The materialization is developed through textile, a light and inexpensive material, capable of transforming a façade’s color, sheen or representation, benefiting from strong surface qualities, closely related to those of azulejos.

Francelle Cane (FR)
Architect currently living and working in Brussels. Cane directs her research around metropolitan development processes. Through a thesis and upcoming published essays about Tirana, she reports on an isolated observation of the form and aesthetics of the political, commercial and social city. Her other projects are mainly oriented towards curatorial practice in architecture.
Galaad Van Daele (BE)
He worked on atelier 51N4E in Brussels, from 2014 to 2018,  on urban and architectural projects, as well as various exhibitions and publications and teaches at ETH Zurich, as a part of Studio An Fonteyne. His dissertation, from ENSAPLV in 2016, was entitled The Landscape as Battlefield, and proposes a critical reflection on space as an aesthetical construct under iconographic influence, with which he initiated an ongoing research trajectory mixing theory with spatial practice.
Guillem Pons Ros (BE)
He has worked for Rahola-Vidal arquitectes and JPAM in Barcelona, Andrew Phillips architects in London, and currently collaborates with 51N4E in Brussels. Guillem was teaching assistant in Bartlett School of Architecture, and was visiting critic at the Architectural Association in London and the KU Leuven. From 2013 to 2018 he co-directed, with Carme de Cara, the office Palma Oficina. 
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