The South of Things

180 cm x 110 cm x 100 cm
Ceramics, wood, cloth and fishing line

I generate a signal on the part of a body that sustains it all as a whole. This body can be concrete elements, corporeal, three-dimensional but also abstract bodies such as ideas, concepts or sensations. The North has presented itself as something that should not be lost, that directs and orders. Something like a goal. And it is to the North that the visible face belongs; the recognizable one. I present a tea table for four people where all the elements lack their South and therefore fall apart. The choice of tea, as a common practice, refers to a European custom appropriate for the upper social classes of our region. The location of the parts suggests a paused fall.
Each ceramic piece was produced individually.