The notion of curiosity about humans has a history as long as colonialism. although europe since the Middle Ages he had imagined monsters that inhabited the limits of the known world; it was in the islands of the “New Continent” where he was able to dump all his fantasies about Otherness. With the need to present to the public of their cities a sample of the colonized towns, in a forced situation and in a reconstructed environment, they developed the so-called colonial exhibitions. Example of these were the Zoos Humans popularized in the mid-nineteenth century in France (1870-1930) and made in the Paris Acclimatization Garden which describe an attitude of racial supremacy of those who could, until then, capitalize on the difference.

Acclimatization garden, reconstruction of the myth 2023, a long-term project, try to re-imagine history constitutive of these “other bodies”. Going back to the established historical narrative and dancing offbeat with trauma, it is allowed to redesign what would be the three-dimensional structures, produced from desire, that can be support of bodies that live in permanent dialogue with the unstable. And in this sense, already with a “healed” history, He asks about the possibility of updating a future and more pleasant presentation that avoids exoticisms and slows down the performance. instrumentalization process.

Linear and rolling stainless steel and rubber structures assembled in such a way that they can be modified according to the space they inhabit. In the logic of production, the conceptual load is implicit, nothing welded, everything articulated. The Unions give the possibility of permanent change. Nothing stays stable in these spatial drawings. bodies/structures still devoid of mass, fat, vibrations. Hysterical geometries that seek to put colonial values ​​in tension still present in the way we imagine and present things and that try, in turn, to change the place of enunciation with the intention of expanding the infinite possibilities of representation. A set of parts waiting for the Second wind, still under construction.