Articles Archive for October 2009
The exhibition consists of sculptures made of polyester resin, natural materials and works on paper. The sculptures are based on anthropomorphic forms that refer to the individual becoming as an ever growing process.
In the works on paper forms are not traced or drawn but are generated in the negative: the contours and surfaces are emptied. What causes the images is its absence, the areas cut out of paper. The discontinuity in the white paper shows evanescent images, elements that are there without being there.
Some of the images represent branches and forking paths in infinite directions, referring to the human figure as a constant process of growth and traverse a territory.