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Imágenes en el mercado de pulgas

‘Nearly a century ago, in 1924, Le Corbusier revealed in the pages of L’Esprit Nouveau the paramount role that mass media were playing in the emergence of modern culture:

“The impressive development of the book, of the press, of the labeling of the last archeological period, has filled our heads and blinded us. We find ourselves in a completely new situation, everything is known to us.”

When everything is known, everything can be used.’



rellam is a small design cooperative founded in 2012 by Andrea Gimeno, Lluis J. Liñán and Xevi Lluch. It operates intermittently ever since from places like Valencia, Houston, Stockholm, Madrid, or Copenhagen. Their work oscillates, in no particular order, between design, research and teaching, and assumes that the most relevant architecture appears in the interaction of these spaces of production and always in relation to specific themes and obsessions. At present, these themes revolve around appropriation as a conceptual practice, and as creative methodology.