Spacing and Continuity
Plaster and pigment Dimensions Variable (3,3 x 2,7 m approx) 2018 Spacing and continuity are some of the criteria that define what a mountain is. In this piece, a mound-like protuberance grows underneath a handmade tile floor, disrupting its horizontality. The building where the room was located was soon to be demolished and was in a state of abandonment. The piece reflects the instability of the construction.