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Penique Productions Fills Entire Interiors With Giant Inflatables

Penique Productions is an artist collective based in Barcelona, Spain.  The group's installations are simple yet transformative.  Using variously colored plastic, Penique Productions inflates the material within different types of structures, from churches to apartments.  The installations are so complete that the spaces nearly seem to be painted over.  Indeed, part of the installations' intention is to completely saturate a space.  All of a room's individual details are erased by being covered over and is left only with shape and a single color.  Penique Productions draws attention to some of the basic components of an inner space using innovative and rather fun methods. See more of the collective's installations after the jump.

Penique Productions is an artist collective based in Barcelona, Spain.  The group’s installations are simple yet transformative.  Using variously colored plastic, Penique Productions inflates the material within different types of structures, from churches to apartments.  The installations are so complete that the spaces nearly seem to be painted over.  Indeed, part of the installations’ intention is to completely saturate a space.  All of a room’s individual details are erased by being covered over and is left only with shape and a single color.  Penique Productions draws attention to some of the basic components of an inner space using innovative and rather fun methods.

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