The Iridescence of the Bell (and the Leona), 2018

Hand made wool tufted rug, neoprene, wood, play-doh, clay, glaze

The Iridescence of the Bell (and the leona) is a sculpture that alludes to the urge to see one’s own interiority and the impossibility and frustrations around it. Selfie or mirror zoomed-in portrait, all we get to see is the bell, a dark window at the end of the mouth that announces the tunnel towards interiority. Dazzling iridescente matter of soft flesh covered in saliva, invites us to imagine what we have inside.

Installation at Goldsmiths University, MFA Deptford (first) and, Ni sí, ni no; ni blanco, ni negro (second)