Molo is a temporary installation built on top of water in the city of Fall River. The work is dedicated to the gaze and the relationship between our body and the space around it.
A place to enter and discover a new and extraordinary point of view on the characteristics of the industrial and natural landscape of the city, traditions and roots of the place.
The work is ephemeral and it's possible to look through it, for it was built using wood and agricultural mesh, which enables the work to breathe and to be penetrated by the light and shadows, changing its aspect over different times of the day.
A place to be discovered playing with the surfaces of the veils, inspired by temporary and primitive nomad architecture.
Photo ©Diogo Lima ©Isidro Fagundes