Manhattan, 2018 Open Sessions 12 at The Drawing Center LAB New York Oct 12 - Dec 2, 2018 “We see the moon only when is illuminated. Thus what we are looking at is the sun. What we think we see is very often not what we think we see. Mainly, what we see are a set of relations, always temporary, in transformation and ready to be something else.” – Inkjet print on aluminum, 20″ x 12″ Tired of deliveries, transactions and endless comings and goings, the overworked milk crate and the sidewalk have decided to give up public operations. Instead, from now on, they will exclusively devote themselves to each other. This intimate commitment has rendered them invisible and inoperative for productive life. A limb comes up from the underbelly the way a submarine comes out of the ocean. It doesn’t go unnoticed and soon will carry back messages collected from the surface of the Earth: doodles, quick tags, incomprehensible names and made-up symbols; mundane phenomena capable of summoning the invisible forces that surrounds us.