During the month of April 2017 we had the visit to Cuba of Alberto and María Kalach, with whom we were developing the research project “Gardens that do not exist” for Havana. This project started from an idea of Alberto Kalach to change Havana only through its gardens.
We visited possible places that could become public spaces, we talked with specialists and we planned what would happen during the 13th Havana Biennial, where the project would be exposed.
With students of the Faculty of Architecture we conducted a drawing workshop for possible gardens for the city and Alberto Kalach held a public lecture on his work at TAX. All this happened in Wilfredo Prieto’s Chullima workshop, as part of his planned activities for the 13th Habana´s Art Bienale.