Tired distance, veiled threat
Carbonized pine wood; pastel, graphite, bitumen and varnish on paper; coal dust over pine wood, lead
This work presents a scene narrated in a fragmented way and, in addition, it takes my body as a scale: the upper limit of the installation coincides with my height and the drawn landscape with my eyes. In the same way, a heavy and ductile lead knife rests obliquely at the height at which I would hold it, pointing to a naked throat. Finally, a note of folded paper is trapped under a charred pine board.