Koburi: Light rain, a gentle but chaotic rhythm (Japanese).

This installation focuses on the rhythm of the rain based on a reticulum, speakers, strings and pieces mixed with the occasional rattle. An ephemeral entry, in which visitors can interact with and participate in this rain.


Cecilia M. Casas Sidera, from Buenos Aires, is a student of Ephemeral Architecture at the School of Art and Design of Reus (EADR).

She has produced numerous projects that have helped her specialise in this field and acquire experience in the conceptualization and staging of ephemeral installations, while developing her artistic sensitivity and curiosity. Her work focuses on the generation of a simple, functional and, at the same time, aesthetic design.

She believes that any type of design must solve a problem, be it the need to express an emotion or to respond to a statement.