Carballo

 

changing the village

working with the line

The aim of ‘A Vila da Mañá’ is to change the model of town or city, we believe that another one can be possible. This is achieved through the protagonist participation of local children and adolescents who, by working with fundamental concepts through tactical urban planning actions, become active citizens capable of transforming their spaces.

In this case, the village is worked on, like its habitat, its game board to be discovered. Understanding its structure, conformation, morphology, its voids and its fillings, its history, its traditions, and its symbolic and immaterial issues is essential to be able to reflect on how they move from one site to another, the routes, the points important where the lives of the girls, boys and teenagers of the community develop.

“The geometric line is an invisible entity. It is the trace that the point leaves when it moves and is therefore its product. It arises from the movement when the total rest of the point is destroyed. We made a leap from static to dynamic. […] Such is the straight line, which in its tension constitutes the simplest form of the infinite possibility of movement.”

Kandinsky

Color your village

The city/town we are working in has become a playground, an experimental laboratory in which children and teenagers can act from a new point of view.