cumul is a team of artists, designers and engineers that are dedicated to the universe of the installation, which always apparently simple and clear, are simultaneously of a visual, striking and harmonious complexity. making use of basic and rudimentary objects of our daily life, the group constructs visual games of surrealistic character, that play with the eye and the understanding of the established.


cumul is a team of artists, designers and engineers that are dedicated to the creation of installations

 

 

the formal and architectural boundaries disappear and the urban landscape becomes a fantastic scenario. barcelonan based art collective cumul‘s piece is the center of a new scene on the riverside of gaia, portugal. it has been presented during the festival gaia todo um mundo in june 2017.


cumul’s installations are simultaneously of a visual, striking and harmonious complexity


making use of rudimentary objects of our daily life, the group constructs visual games of surrealistic character


cumul’s installations play with the eye and the understanding of the established


their work is made out of cut tires 


the team preparing to cut the tires


the sliced objects are then hung in different points of the urban landscape


the formal and architectural boundaries disappear and the urban landscape becomes a fantastic scenario


cumul’s piece is the center of a new scene on the riverside of gaia, portugal


it has been presented during the festival gaia todo um mundo in june 2017


cumul plays with the physical works as well as the intuition of what’s behind the walls that limit them

 

 

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