Wakefulness

Where is the mind from the body's point of view? This project consists in an installation made of real size body sculptures. It talks about empathy. That’ is why I have used plaster bandages over my own body in order to simulate the covered skin that needs to be uncovered. It is through our skin that we perceive empathy as a mean to connect with each other and be more human.

"Eat and sleep"Installation: Real size body sculptures. Plaster and Acrylic Resin Sculpture. 250cm x 100cm x 130cm. 2014.
"Eat"Real size body sculpture. Plaster. 2014.
"Eat"(Sculpture head detail). Plaster bandages. 150cm x 100cm x 75cm. 2014.
"Sleep"Real size body sculpture. Plaster and Acrylic Resin Sculpture. 2014.
"Sleep"(Detail) Plaster and Acrylic Resin Sculpture. 2014.
"Sleep" Mask detail with inner light.
"Eat and sleep"Exhibition at "La Trasera Gallery", Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. Installation with light projection. Real size body sculptures. Plaster and acrylic resin sculpture with light. 250cm x 100cm x 130cm. 2014.
"Personality"Acrylic Resin Sculpture. 40cm x 18cm x 15cm. 2014.
"Personality"Detail of mask. Acrylic Resin Sculpture. 40cm x 18cm x 15cm. 2014.

Exhibited at "La trasera" art gallery, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, 2014.