Taken House is a traveling project of urban intervention, where more than 3000 ants in sculpture are displayed on architectural facades and structures to talk about immigration, forced displacement and uprooting, in times of globalization. The intervention aims to create images and meaningful experiences in the viewer through the experience of space and operated architecture and open a debate regarding these contemporary issues, through a roaming taking place in historical points of departure of travelers and immigrants in cities around the world, performing reverse operations transforming the dynamics and meanings of public space. One of the main qualities of Inatalacion, is the way it interacts and communicates with the public and space.





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