Paseo de Fray Francisco de Vitoria

David Alcorta



This installation refers to the rustling of the trees, centenary horse chestnut trees, which constitute one of the most important alignments of the city landscape. It is an invitation to search for a moment of encounter with the plant world, which has been absorbed by the city, and of which the passerby is often unaware in his daily walk.

Through a geometric game of lasers that sweep the entire promenade, the installation wants to make known this other perspective of the city, that of the trees that, although once inserted by the hand of man in the layout of the city more than a century ago, reclaim their presence as if that space had always belonged to them.

There are the trees that whisper to us, emphasizing the importance of the
cohabitation between man and nature.