Ink on paper
280 x 270 cm
Blue ink studies after traditional corn barns from the XIX until today, in Europe and North America.
They were one of the first structures built in agriculture revolution, evolving into to these sofisticated defenders of the surplus.
They follow the pragmatic design, of keeping the surplus dry and intact for the rest of the year. All of them are ventilates, waterproof on top, suspented to protect the corn against moisture and rodents. Loading and downloading doors are designed keeping the gravity in mind.