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Installation: Fabric, Paper, Textile on Paper, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Other.
"The body's an envelope: and so it serves to contain what it then has to develop. The development is interminable. The finite body contains the infinite, which is neither soul nor spirit, but in fact the development of the body. " Jean-Luc Nancy.
I am interested about the intimacy of other bodies in different corporal practices and what happens with them. In this case bruises are as a clue of its limits. I see them as evidence of something that tries to unfold inside the body. I draw contortionists, and the bruises that this technique produces on the skin. These become maps to help me to discover that infinity form contained.
It is as well as I represent in an abstract way through fabrics with fabrics and threads that overlap this initial drawing of bodies in unconventional positions, the concept of intruder and foreigner of Jean-Luc Nancy that raises that the intruder bursts by force or by Tension in the body and its constant arrival is a disturbance to intimacy.
Size: 38.6 W x 50.4 H x 2.8 in
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