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Carlos Bunga

10.6. – 23.7.2006
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
 

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

 

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View
 
Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes GalleryLong Gallery Installation View

Carlos Bunga at Milton Keynes Gallery
Long Gallery Installation View

This was the first project in the UK by Portuguese artist Carlos Bunga.  He was commissioned by Director Michael Stanley to make a new site-specific for Milton Keynes Gallery's Long Gallery space. 

Bunga builds complex structures made from corrugated cardboard held together with packing tape. The structures take over the environment they inhabit, encouraging an alternative reading of the original space.  The constructions emphasise the instability of architecture. There is a possibility of growth and change; the constructions mutate, develop, extend and remain in a state of transformation.

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