Antonio M. Xoubanova — Casa de Campo

Five times the size of Central Park, Casa de Campo sprawls to the west of Madrid. Between 2008 and 2012, Antonio M. Xoubanova (ES, Madrid, 1977) wandered the paths of this urban woodland recording the people, animals and objects he saw along the way as if he was in alien territory. Designed as an ancient fairy tale, the book consists of five chapters referring respectively to love, death, fleeting moments, symbols and aimlessness. Xoubanova creates an oneiric world, inhabited by animate and inanimate beings.

Antonio M. Xoubanova is one of the founding members of the Blank Paper Collective and teaches at Blank Paper School and CASA.

© Antonio M. Xoubanova