Architecture for the masses. The city, in its inexorable development, seems condemned to stretch endlessly. Here, the urban space is reduced to a stacking game of forms, an addition and multiplication of motifs that barely mask, despite the abundance of color, the depersonalization that results.
Urbanity here is reduced to a constantly proliferating process.
(Paris, 1967) Born in Paris to Cameroonian parents, lives and works in Milan
Maurice Pefura is an architect by training but has always centred his work on painting and installations. His research is focused on the relationship between the body and the space; that of the inner and the outer, the physical, that we are invited to share, with a particular focus on city suburbs.