The work of Didier Faustino focuses on the relationship between body and space. Since 1995, he has operated at the boundary between art and architecture, creating large installations and projects that incorporate the subversion of spaces and the exacerbation of our senses. These are often characterised by their fictional dimension, critical stance, and ability to offer new experiences to the individual and collective body. In Vortex Populi he explores how the architectural form can exist within transversality. The projects central theme is the violent clashes between protestors and authoritarian forces, and the structures and spatial oppositions that emerge.
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