5 a seco was created for 4 presentations in a small theater, but it worked out so well that two years later they recorded a cd and a dvd in 3 crowded shows in auditório ibirapuera.
we started from the idea of 5 a seco as a musical display almost in its rough form, anti-spectacular. we created an object that hides the colored photos of concerts and shows an almost hermetic outside – just text and one black and white image of the 5 in front of the open door of niemeyer's auditorium.
we thought of the black rectangle over the almost white surface as a direct reference to the auditorium's façade.
the object that in fact was a paper blade that, when folded and tied by a rubber band, acted like a booklet.
here, the central pages, where you can see the 4 sides that are hidden by the rubber band.
here, pages 7 and 8, with the cd.
only with both sides open it's possible to see pictures of the concert.
project made at nu, using photos by dani gurgel and fernando stankuns. printed at rush.