The third room of this exhibition is an immersive audiovisual installation titled "What are the consequences of thirst?" Capitalizing on the spaces's ceilings and corrugated walls, the audiovisuals show how thirst can have unexpected and varied consequences. The pieces range from a doomed perspective to using the theme of thirst as a catalyst for progress and cultural development.
The complete piece is 6 minute long and can be viewed here: vimeo.com/1657282
Completely done with stockfootage.
The La Sed (Thirst) Pavilion was designed by architect Enric Ruiz Geli and the exhibition space was designed by industrial designer Martin Azúa. The Thirst pavilion consists of five rooms, with four audiovisual installations and one audio, all contributed by BaseMotion.
Expo 2008 (International Expo), takes as its theme the natural resource most affected by climate change. Water and Sustainable Development kicked off on June 14 in Zaragoza, Spain. Encompassing more than 60 acres along the Ebro River, the expo is true to its theme—all of its facilities are powered by renewable energy sources.
This piece was selected at ONE DOT ZERO festival, LONDON and won a silver award at LAUS 09 (Spanish Design Awards)
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