The repository of possible sculptures
Let’s call them sculptures. They explore an intermediary place made up of objects (packaging, rolls, curtains, etc.), materials (cardboard, metal plates, fabric, etc.), mechanical qualities (rigidity, flexibility, sagging), pictorial qualities (color, lacquer, gilding), potential processes (unwinding, holding in place or in balance, suspension, spreading), situations (light, arrangement, dispersion of elements). The sculpture stands in this intermediate space, and the eye is invited to wander through it. The dispersed elements are placed there, as if abandoned, and the entire installation presents itself as an anti-authoritarian device that relies on distraction rather than focus. The ordinary of sculpture. A sort of repository of sculpted possibilities, between the found and the constructed situation.