• Wrapped Interiors by Penique Productions.

    Posted on 14th December, by Dana Tomić Hughes in installations. 3 Comments

    El claustro, CutOutFest 2011. Museo de la Ciudad, México | 10th November- 10th December 2011.

    Before & After – Palazzo Ducale. Palazzo Ducale, Genova, Italy | 9th to 25th September 2011.

    Palo Alto. Barcelona, Spain | 2011.

    Choko Ho’ol. México DF, México | 22th to 23th October 2011.

    El Sótano de La Tabacalera. CSA La Tabacalera, Madrid, Spain | 2011.

    Sala Buit. Sala B, Absolute Art Space Gallery Barcelona, Spain | 27th April- 7th June 2011.

    La Capella. Cerka’l Festival, Barcelona, Spain | 2009.


    Penique Productions is a design and art collective with multiple homes in Barcelona, Madrid & Rio de Jenairo. Formed in 2007 by Sergi Arbusà, Pablo BaquéChamo San & Pol Clusella, this talented group of young artists come from different disciplines and unify their vision through temporary interior installations. For their projects, Penique Productions create inflatable balloons which take over interior spaces and in turn give them a whole new identity. These balloons take on the lines of buildings and acquire their form, while the strong use of colour respond to the context.

    Penique Productions state their projects are strongly influenced by the work of Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Tomas Saraceno (see previous posts here), Kimihiko Okada, Ernesto Neto amongst many others.



    [Images via Penique Productions.]

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