A transcript of the act of vandalism into objects in perpetual motion. A project conceived as a modern and offbeat reinterpretation of the myth of Sisyphus, immersed in the world of street art and graffiti.
These Perpetual Vandal Boxes are a reflection on the ephemeral nature of graffiti, on the problem of its transposition in a gallery, as well as on the act itself, before the trace it leaves on the walls. As a perpetual and endless cycle, these two characters in search of recognition are condemned to tirelessly reproduce the same creations, that time or anti-graffiti squads will inexorably erase.
An idea that takes the form of two boxes side by side, born of the encounter between the old train station displays and the flipbooks from our childhood.