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Freddy – bar

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www.thetabloid.org

Visit: http://thetabloid.org/ Tabloids are series of newspapers that are produced in relation to specific exhibitions. One si

Notes sur la maison moirée (ou un urbanisme pour des villes qui se vident) – 2013

Notes sur la maison moirée (ou un urbanisme pour des villes qui se vident) Gean Moreno et Ernesto Oroza Préface : Victor L

Diagram Freddy

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Freddy’s Statement

FREDDY (in collaboration with Gean Moreno) Freddy is a coupling system that allows the production of numerous different archit

Freddy News 11-12-11

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Freddy Bar Diagram 2011

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Jenny

Jenny is part of a series of projects that explore objects that have been taken out of the infrastructures and circulation sys

Freddy Diagram

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ENTER THE DRAGON Pop-up Shop at Improvising Architectures

Improvising Architectures Christy Gast, Adler Guerrier, Nicolas Lobo, Ernesto Oroza, Viking Funeral, Graham Hudson, Felipe Ar

NWM 2010

Curatorial Statement by Rene Morales The work of Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza revolves around two central interests: the soci

Generic Objects – E-flux Journal No.18

GENERIC OBJECTS Gean Moreno & Ernesto Oroza “Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza articulate the world of generic object

Freddy pattern

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Tiles – 2010

Tiles, 2010. Customized vinyl adhesives tiles. Vinyl tiles (12in by 12in) and graffiti. Exhibited: Improvising Architecture IF

Freddy book

Freddy book. 2010 A publication by Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza. Printed in Montevideo, Uruguay, Jan-2010 (spanish version);

Night Shift. Curated by Jerome Sans

Night Shift (in collaboration with Gean Moreno) Sleepless Night at Bass Museum of Art and Collins Park 11/7/09. Curated by Je

Paravan

Paravan (in collaboration with Gean Moreno). Plywod, printed tabloids. 2009 Paravan is a folding screen with a twofold pur

Urbanism in a Minor Key

MONU Magazine. Urbanism in a Minor Key, article by Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza Facebook0TwitteremailPrint