This work (140x50x40cm) consists of one sheet of clay which 'folds on itself' giving life to a structure where in side and outside coexists.
Once one engages via touch, one's hands are attracted "to explore the fullness and emptiness of its curves', yet a certain displacement arises during the process. Such curves are made to perfectly fit one's hands, yet often one does not see where the curve ends.
'SkinSight' (2018-19) is a collection of paintings and sculptures that call for physical interaction. Each work comes with a label that invites you to “see with your body”. By shifting the common narrative of perceiving art with eyes and intellect, a path for an intimate relation and contemplation of the work is offered.
The transparent epoxy used in this painting (190 x 120 cm), appears to be wet at first sight, enhancing in such a way one's physical curiosity.
Once the tactile exploration begins, the work crumbles through your fingers, allowing you to take part in its constant transformation.