Harden the Softest or How to Keep it Together
Variable Dimensions. Black and white clay, screen printed fabrics, wood, steel.
This installation is composed by screen printed fabrics and ceramics. The process in which this objects were produced respond to an interest in expanding my performative practice to object making. That’s why the fabrics are screen printed in a way that the print is not reproducible anymore as the position of the fabric while printing only allows to do it in one single go.
The ceramics are black and white clay pressed together to make them very thin and I let them dry in falling positions, allowing gravity to affect their shapes.
The composition in the space is variable and I’m interested in how this objects continue their process of falling while no-one is watching, as if they had their own logic and dynamics.