Anton Burdakov



Night Stall

2015
Pavilion housing an interactive light installation
Tarpaulin, metal, fabric
270 x 500 x 390 cm

Light installation 'Limit', 2015/2009
slide projector, wood, paint
190 x 400 x 40 cm<

Originally conceived in response to the distinctive architecture of the square designed by Alvaro Siza and to its history, Burdakov's intervention in the historical centre of Viseu consisted of a pavilion housing an interactive light installation (Limit). Borrowing from the visual language of cafe awnings, market stalls and fairground booths, points of departure included spectacle, places of diversion and intimacy in the public realm.