One Day This Will All Be Yours is a winter curtain. A fabric installation specially conceived for Open Source Gallery. It’s main objective will be to serve as a heat insulator during the cold months of winter and also as a visual and conceptual background for other projects to be produced and displayed in the exhibition space during the winter of 2011-2012.
The piece is part of a series of works made out of fabric-panels that hang dividing and organizing space. Part of a larger and ongoing project these panels must be considered as a flexible and adaptable idea, one that materializes differently depending on the context in which it is set. The project focuses on the notion of temporary architecture as a critical and fragile fabrication of space. The situations Felipe Mujica create aim to catalyze encounters, moments of collaboration: between people, people and space, people and art objects and finally between people and systems of communication.
The title of this exhibition is taken from a song by the English band The Wedding Present and it has been used by Felipe Mujica in two previous projects, as the title solo exhibition in Chile and as a title of a piece in a group show in New York. The repetition of the same title is intended to create a unifying element for three different projects, which represent the three main bodies of work developed by the artist (wall-curtains, silkscreen prints and ephemeral sculpture).