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cinema, 2014
paper, glue, filament
torso template by Horst Kiechle
200 x 170 x 50 cm

“Cinema” relies on how the oversee of a movie or any process need to be completed to be demolished and then recomposed. Visually, somebody can see a torso on a trailer, obliged to follow the red line and lying on its paper remains. The hearts that the torso has to follow, represent the emotional brains that are gradually filled from linear Snow White’s captions, and once the “happily ever after” ending the torso meets the cutter, as a tool of recreation. Based on the artist Horst Kieche’s Amorphous Constructions, “Cinema” implies the new era’s communications and artistic collaborations, when at the same time, its paper materiality dwells practicality and vulnerability.