Delirious Heterotopias is a transdisciplinary project halfway between research and art that aims to unmask the violence hidden behind any form of power. Inspired by the notion of heterotopia as formulated by Michel Foucault, it reveals, through the figure of delirium, the magical, mythical and religious dimensions of reality. See the Delirious Heterotopias website for more information.
Pedro Bustamante is an architect and a graduate of the Higher Technical School of Architecture in Madrid (ETSAM), where he has been working as assistant professor. He is currently developing a doctoral thesis on The Dionysian and Architecture. Among his architectural projects is the Alcorcon Arts Creation Center (CREAA, Madrid). He has been awarded several prizes in architectural competitions. His architectural and artistic works have been published and exhibited extensively (American Institute of Architects in Washington DC; Royal Academy of Spain in Rome; Columbia University in New York; International Contemporary Art Fair (ARCO) in Madrid). He currently lives in Berlin.