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Fine Fluids, 2008


This installation consists of two works produced through research grounded on the notions of abandonment and memory. The works question the relationship between people and objects, human and non-human entities, and how our perception of time affects individual notions of relating in the everyday reality that forms the collective unconscious.


The works consist of man-made debris and objects found in the urban landscape contrasted with substances of raw nature. The results are systems where "fluids flow throughout things", confronting the idea of substance, matter, element, and object, over re-created structures made from remains of the daily life of modern society.


The works operate over the notions of the apparent 'perpetual flow' and transition between physical states of materials which do not possess a defined form, acting over solid and defined shaped structures. The conceptual juxtaposition enables a discussion regarding how the comprehension of the concept of 'nature' can be fluid and constantly reshaped by how we perceive the relationships between the material and immaterial realms, questioning about the actual boundaries between energy and matter, both substances owning a never-ending amount of possibilities which awakes notions of 'infinite as something that never ends and have never begun'.

Sculpture, 2008

Iron taps, water, and pomp


Bright in boxes

Installation, 2008

Wood boxes, window frame and sunlight


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