Real Hasta La Muerte, 2018
(Mapa 1:Full Harmony & Mapa 2: Real Hasta la Muerte, Cuerpo-isla (pista 1), fullharmony_mini, ‘Really miss u 4 ever’ (tesoro-pista), ‘Welcome to Real Hasta la Muerte’, Tesoro 2: Bebé, Beibi-tesoro)
Silk, neoprene, rubber, foam, pins, metal bars, hooks, paint, ceramic, glaze, drain tubes, foam, ostrich egg, lycra, printed silk
Real hasta la muerte was a site-specific installation that consisted on a series of sculptures and different pieces located in the first of three floors of the former british embassy in Madrid, the well-know brutalist jewel by architect Luis Blanco-Soler. Its rounded base functioned a way to portray a never-ending process or a snake the eats it own tail. Together with a series of other works by other artist, my works were scattered and hidden in the space, acting as clues of as never-ending treasure hunt. The pieces and almost performative action of the viewer questioned the idea of fulfilment and success and again the quest for the immateriality of a pleasurable feeling. Also alluding to feeling of failed digestion of a body/building, resulting in a upset stomach ache.
A site-specific project shown at Archipiélago, an artist-run project hosted by Amalia Aranguren, Esther Merinero, Rodrigo Camino and Isabella Benshimol.