Anhelo (Longing), Installation at the Museo Municipal de Tossa de Mar as part of the AIR.Cat residency, June - July 2021
I think I have been missing the horizon.
It gives me perspective. It reminds me of my place in the world and our place in the universe. I’ve spent so much of the last few years entangled in the city, without a horizon and hardly any sky.
My work is process led; I cut and arrange impulsively and compulsively. I begin to see signs and meanings which help shape the course of a project. Through this process I can see what is going on in my subconscious, what is rising to the surface. It’s a form of catharsis and divination. I have been working in response to vintage guide books from Tossa de Mar, looking for shapes and symbols that stand out to me.
The viewer is invited to lay down to enjoy the fictional horizons I’ve pasted together. (2021)