The Go and the If


Performance, 60'. Installation, variable dimensions. Black and white clay, screen printed fabrics.

This project consist in a performance and an installation, a new commission as the first part of the three phase exhibition As Long as summer lasts, at Ryder Projects curated by Rafa Barber Cortell. The starting point for this project is the interest on the act of letting go, free-falling and how this uncontrolled act affects bodies and objects. This performative installation departs from a text used by a coach when training athletes before competition on how to control thoughts. The tension between letting yourself go and the natural human state of relative physical and mental control is embodied in the objects and actions brought together in this work.

This project was produced during the residency "Performance as Process" at Delfina Foundation in London, Spring 2018.

With the support of Institut Ramon Llull