The Model of collapse in the pool arises from the aesthetic, conceptual and formal fixation that I have for the grids present in our daily life. In this project, I mainly focus on the grids formed by the tiles in the pools, and how they deformed by the medium in which they are. In this installation, I pose a question about geometry, the change and the time in daily set design we must rethink, for recognizing that we live in a universe where everything tends to curves and distortion.

The pieces that I present are the result of a recording and editing exercise that I made from a video of a swimming pool floor. First, I recorded a video, and after I edited it keeping everything in frames. With this, I could identify how the grid changed in seconds according to the water movements. In consequence, each second gave a new grid unique and different.