Where do you see the face of a sleeping woman?
I based the journey through the house on the idea of hearing before seeing. The body that I represented and also presented is a fragmented body: the face as mask and surface, and the body as lump and/or volume—abject, dying, alone. I then decided to understand the intervention as a performance situation that fluctuates between ease and anguish, withdrawal and enclosure, and at the same time playing with the relationships between documentation and action, reality and fiction.
To finish, I would like to share two questions that accompanied my quest: How to occupy a space with the minimum necessary? How to fill it, while allowing its emptiness to remain the protagonist?