Taracea wasn’t only an urban sculpture, it was a playground, a sculpture to be touched by kids.
It began as a reticular table plenty of colours, but this was only the beginning.
The artwork was made of a multitude of colored wooden boxes, each one filled with objects that made a sound when the box was moved. The structure was composed by four low-profile tables, easy to move.
From that moment the game started, we were not more in control of what was happening. Only kids and their playing. It was a toy not a sculpture anymore and the street kid’s property.
photographer: Noel Arraiz