A plane is a surface which extends infinitely far. Planes can cross each other, they create intersections and corners, but it is not necessarily in these points that they cease to exist.
The painting is the starting point of the project. We will interpret what we see, with the aim to use what is found to pursue the planes project. The space in the painting is a starting point for our work.
The first plaster cast for the project. The space remains clearly identifiable, while the most visible elements from the painting are kept, many other details no longer appear. The ones left are the ones which appear more important when the painting is first observed.
A heading has been found, but it must be explored further...
A second cast is produced. The aim is to contain the original space within a quadrilateral shape. New walls have appeared, as well as new spaces with them. The walls also gain some thickness, visible through the openings.
A cardboard model, this time implemented into the proto-structure. The area where the wood crosses is used to limit out the space, and it's completed with the addition of the main walls from the previous cast. The walls lose the limitations imposed by the quadrilateral shape, to become planes which extend beyond the intersections.
The project begins to take shape. The walls will be made of wood and plaster, which will be cast inside the proto structure itself. The latter is protected with tape and plastic against any overflow. The wood slats of the proto structure traverse, and are integrated into the cast. The structure is cut in one point to allow the full opening in the plaster.
Some close ups on the main points where the wood passes through the plaster.
Some views of the perforation in the wood and the plaster.
And finally some views of the completed model, inegrated into the structure.
The axonometry, monge, and perspective drawings of the project