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Concave and undulating shapes are said to hold the sounds of the ocean when held closely to the ear. This act of mystic obsession seems similar to watching visitors at museums attentively listen to the curator or the institution itself explaining, sharing notes, anecdotes, visual keys, etc.. pertaining to the artwork they are standing in front of.
auditive felted hat with recordings and recreations of conversations held at the gallery and while being a facilitator during the Tropicalia exhibition at The Bronx Museum. - CORNER SHAPED HAT ON CORNER, 2007-2015. The itinerant nature by which words travel ambivalently distracts and draws me to unfocused specificities. An anonymous opinion spoken, first walks silently, then surreptitiously. If it somehow appears in the borders of my recognition, surely through repetition I will become aware of it. My natural stubborn way turns the endeavor of object making into a sound-filled, shameful felt hat that fits the corner; seemingly pulled by means of threads, corresponding lines meet numerous sewn triangles into concurrent strings that take hold of the white gallery walls.