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“.. During a placid evening in summer’s end, couples and families, immersed in a process of theoretical reconstruction of imaginary objects, construct mental images of a “possible killer shark…”

“The archeologists find occasionally, in their excavations in the desert of the Sahara or in any cave that, in times, was situated to the shores of the sea, some fragment of animal residue and, according to examination and rigorous study, manage to know that it was a chunk of tooth of a being who lived in the paleolithic top period, any species of unknown Homo.
The fragment goes on to hands of other experts who try to reconstruct in its integrity the animal, the man or the object based on its structural or material relief‚Ķ”
Extract of the text: Theoretical reconstructions of imaginary objects [1970] Bruno Munari

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[Technical Data]

Theoretical reconstructions of imaginary objects
September 2009
El Retiro Lake [Madrid, Spain]
Temporality: 2 hours
Client: PKMN [pacman]
Participation: Sunday trippers
Formats: Cork fin of shark reconstruction

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