The Revuelo Kite Project in Old San Juan

The Revuelo Project is a day-long event where designers Doel Fresse and Vladimir García will distribute kites to the public eliciting their participation for a community activity on Saturday, August 4, 2012, starting at 2:00pm, on the grounds of Castillo San Felipe del Morro Fort. Revuelo consists of an area where 450 colorful kites that will transform the space into a fanciful territory in which light, shadow, and sound dialogues with the audience, the wind being the main protagonist. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own string.

This art project—a series of moving objects that encouraged public interaction with the installation—was the winner in the contest Galería Espacio Temporal [Temporary Space Gallery]. For six months, it occupied the 8,000 square foot central courtyard of the National Gallery in Old San Juan. More than nine thousand people visited the Gallery to enjoy this innovative project, sponsored by the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture.

For full article (in Spanish), see

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