Suzan Shutan performed a site-specific installation in which the walls, floors, and ceiling of the Ace Polyglot Hall served as a giant map of Argentina. In the work process they determined: is it possible to define a country even though its history and fictions are always changing?.
The exhibition created unexpected visual trajectories and dialogues from a place explored and interpreted by the artist but to which she had not yet traveled or traveled.
The installation included video material, sound, engraving, drawings and paper sculptures that made up a psycho-geography of various regions of the country and desired paths of migratory movements. A sensory experience was built that articulated contemporary notions about what it means to inhabit.