FOSSIBILITIES – ( fossil & possibility)

The project from the speculative design category aims to present a series of sculptural objects on an inverted timeline. FOSSIBILITIES will be the remains of futuristic organisms preserved in a permanent material. The perspective of the inverted timeline (archaeology of the future) is to consider a cross-sectional set of factors affecting environmental change.

in this case, artistic research concerns

– local cultural bestiaries and myths

– challenges of the local environment

– study visits and queries on history and culture

– psychology of fear and imagination

– speculative scenarios and impossible mutant animals/creatures


The end of this process will be shown in the exhibition in the Faculty of Bellas Artes in UPV in the second half of July.

see exhibition: POSTANTHROPOCENE


Thanks to the program Creative Europe Culture Moves 


*This has  the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union.


1a. Searching for and researching nature materials

CANTERA DE SALEM – GRUPO CALETA Rafol De Salem provincia de Valencia
The lands where Rafol de Salem is located have been inhabited since prehistoric times, as evidenced by various ceramic remains found in the serreta (mountain range) of Rafol. But as a village it has its origins in the period of Muslim domination, due to the type of land found there: clay. The place was called the clay workshop, which in Arabic was known as Raf-al-giz and the Christians as Rafalgeps.

1b. Searching for and researching local nature materials
Pobla del Duc – snails shells

2. Learning about and discovering local culture


3a.  Sea inspirations from local market


-Mercado Central, Valencia

Mercado Central or Mercat Central (English: Central Market) is a public market located across from the Llotja de la Seda and the church of the Juanes in central Valencia, Spain. It is one of the main works of the Valencian Art Nouveau.

-Mercado de Ruzafa

 (en valenciano: Mercat de Russafa) is located in the Plaza Barón de Cortes de Pallás in the city of Valencia (Spain). The building was designed and built by the architect Júlio Bellot Senet in 1957.​



4. Development of first projects


5. the modelling phase of your own monsters, mostrum

– civilisation diseases
– impact of pollution
– hybrids
– bestiary
– sea fauna and flora 

6. Project implementation and development

7. Results