Delverboespacio meaning “from the verb space” is a wooden sculpture that is trying to understand the relation between the site specificity of an artwork when taken out of the conventional exhibition place, to the performance character taken by being placed in a public space. Space is not a verb, but what happens when an object activates it? What happens when we focus on the experience of making, on the collaboration side of creating? This piece is meant to reflect how an object can grow with the help of the people that surrounds it, by inviting everyone to keep adding fabric waste to it, and also to rethink about the amount of waste discarded by the fashion industry.
Cotton yarn and acrylic on plywood