Projects / Office / News / Publications / Info All / Culture / Commercial / Housing / Institutional / Planning / Exposed / Research 2013 CAPIThetical / The Competition / Opera Busan / Park Taichung / Space Invader / 2010 Pump Up Housing / Solar Decathlon / Feed Forward / Jesús del Pozo / AC 2.0 / Urban Space Station / Mutant Bridges / Pumped Up Corner / Housing Carabanchel / Civil Registry / Mixed use Zaragoza / MAD Prosecution / Music School / House Murakami / birdSlab / Barceló / Filipiniana / EEE (hr) / Closure Cinema School / AZCA / Test Madrid / Europan ´05 / Housing Orcasitas / Spanische Spione / City Display / AAAEE 2 / Housing Atocha / Mies / Expo Vigilada II / Europan ´03 / ShinyFlatSmooth / AAAEE 1 / Speed Wall / Kids daycare / BioLabs / 2000 Hotel Proforma / Festimad / Cacharros / Roundabouts / The Chase / Dead / Spy House / Battlefield Shopping / Volareee / Juvenalia / Athens / VP Leganés / El Prado / Z1 VIDEO The idea for this project came up during a trip to Vitoria to prepare an architecture course. The meeting whit organizers and collaborators moved from an office to a restaurant. The walk was guided by a participant’s escort. This subjective perception is the most important thing in P.O.M. 1 y P.O.M. 2The principal as well as the secondary installations are simultaneous and synchronized videos. The parallel running of both in a realistic position and with a normal point of view establishes a temporal trap which simulates its live retransmissionThis real time simulation, as well as the design of the spectator position in relation with the installation, locate him/her as the watched person. Or as someone who watches the situation from outside.The installation is the picture of a situation from a subjective perspective, in which the spectator is located into an apparent position of perception of danger, in a dangerous situation. The point of view, literally, is that of the people in danger.Both screens located face to face, in a real size, the fixed point of view, the lineal narrative; make the installation a “realistic picture”, in the context of the history of art. It is the portrait of a situation, of an urban space.