“I want to bring together bread and stone as an essential building block, as an architecture that constructs life, one that is permanent and another one impermanent and becomes us ”. Using tracing paper, charcoal stains are articulated to form the pores of a piece of bread, which in turn is playfully piled on top of other pieces of bread that display their spongy, seductive entrails, almost inviting us to take refuge in them. The faint, delicate paper is supported by children’s stickers, those mundane and seemingly unimportant, domestic little things that speak of care and the small things of everyday life. That which is vulnerable can be the most important foundation.
All works: Graphite and stickers on tracing paper.