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Artist(s): JUAN CARLOS PELLEGRINI, Argentina

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Proposal Title: A MONUMENT FOR THE XXI S. , 03/12/2008, Other

Proposal Synopsis: A MONUMENT FOR THE XXI S. The monuments statuaries are an artistic element whose acme is located in the XIX S and the beginning of the XX S. How should it be thought for the XXI S.?. In the computer science's era, nobody stops to see the monuments. He/she took the party of carrying out a monument that requires, to be understood, to penetrate inside. It is a monument that contains the spectator that has an own space, intern. It causes a situation of multiple reactions, a world of images and texts of variable readings. The same situation of the ramp demands a care, a slow but continuous rhythm. The inclusion of numerous texts and dates are thought for a time of readers that marks the end of the illiteracy, as well as the growing curiosity through the excessive information. THE MONUMENT HAS TO ARISE OF THE CHARACTER OF THE TRAGIC THING The historical antecedent is the Column Trajan. But as well as the Column Trajan closes the acme of the Roman culture, and in that sense it is closed, completed, in our case it is an open column, in which one can go into.

Artist's Biography: JUAN CARLOS PELLEGRINI Argentino 26 10 44 DNI Nº 8.242.851 ARCHITECT Architect 1976, Ability of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Matrícula C . P . A . U. Nº09.020 Matrícula C . A . P . B. A. Nº10.294 Twenty years of Humanistic Formation next to the Philologist Dr. Carlos A. Disandro. ACTIVITY PROFESSIONAL, great quantity of works and built projects for diverse and varied activities. Architecture COMPETITIONS and national and international urbanism. REHEARSALS AND URBAN PLANNING. ARCHITECTURAL WORK EXPOSED AND PUBLISHED.

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