It’s apparent fragility only refused monotony
2014
Whole and fragments of concrete lattices
410 x 30 x 30cm

Installation view

The stubbornness of a structure for maintaining its posture
2014
Dismounted parasol and belt
190 x 100 x 100cm

Detail
Parasol and belt

Installation view

Cleaning stain for vain mites
2014
Cut out carpet
Variable sizes

Detail
Cut out carpet

Installation view

Detail
Text on a wall

Su aparente fragilidad solo rehusaba la monotonía

(It’s apparent fragility only refused monotony Su aparente fragilidad solo rehusaba la monotonía)

Installation
Variable sizes
L21 Gallery
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
2014

This installation inquires into the perceptive possibilities of everyday life. From a playful space it seeks to install an undetermined matter whose ambiguity emphasizes the hidden possibilities of what surround us, revealing the essence of the object beyond its concrete function.

The montage is composed of three pieces:

1.
It’s Apparent Fragility Only Refused Monotony*: modules and fragments of concrete lattices collected from a collapsed wall on the side of a road in Queveda, Spain. Because of their modular and ornamental qualities, these pieces of different sizes and shapes, establish a new associative order, a linear sequence that deconstructs the decorative pattern.
* This piece was produced during a residency at Just Residence 2014, curated by Andrea Pacheco.

2.
The Stubbornness of a Structure for Maintaining Its Posture: Second-hand parasol dismounted and mounted again with only half of its parts. This removal generates instability on a structure that stands because of the pressure of a belt.

3.
Cleaning Stain for Vain Mites: Second-hand carpet stuck on a wall. Because of its being used shows worn marks, filth and accumulation of stains. In front of it, on the floor, a piece of the same carpet, cut out and cleaned to obtain the original color.