Argentinian artist Manuel Ameztoy has created a site-specific solo exhibition for faena arts center in Buenos Aires, Argentina entitled Paraísos Desplegables (or pop-up paradises). The 2,066 square foot (630 square meter) installation space consists of various cut and non-woven fabrics affixed to surfaces within the gallery’s cathedral room. Ameztoy’s concept for ‘pop-up paradises’ was to translate an authentic landscape into something which may be removed from the place in which it derived its form as an artwork standing within the confines of an exhibition space. In this way, the artist is able to bring to the cathedral room of the FAC a textile interpretation of a forest-like, moss-covered environment. The manufactured works also reintegrate into the influencing environment in order to engage in a visual dialogue—the artificial landscape and natural environments are pictured coexisting peaceably upon screens spread throughout the exhibition space.