cotton, embroidery, ceramic bowl, drops of water, Dimensions Variable
A girl is holding a large bowl in her arms. Steadily, from above, drops of water fall down. As time passes, the bowl fills up, transforming water into sound.
Approaching this scene, one discovers traces of an embroidery on the girls dress. The stitches are spread all over it and long threads emerge, circulating in the room. The work expand, discovering and devouring the edges of space. In fact, here the perimeters of space are being embroidered, establishing a contact between our reality and the work.
During the years the artist continues to work on the embroidery of this piece.
1999 Civic Museum Bevagna and Civic Museum Trevi by Gisella Johnson
1999 Artist space: de Paraplufabriek, Nijmegen by Eva Villanueva
2000 Artist space: Caesuur, Middelburg by Connie Dekker
2001 Museum Cont. Art Palazzo Fabroni, Pistoia by Connie Dekker