Tearing the fabric of the heart is to expose the visceral feeling, similar to this exhibition of six art installation feminine court facilities, where fabric and thread are used, in their various manifestations, and other elements as common ingredients.

It is a proposal by the Ecuadorian artist Desiree Coral.

Description

Chopping cloth is an image of the old Castilian used in the Poem of Mio Cid and by Cervantes when expressing in both cases the exposition of the deepest of the emotional side.

The fabric as a thread-woven, becomes a surface, as the female being: his body, his psyche, his everything; And embroidery, with life and experiences, leaving traces and marks.
These six art installations of stories written by women. They are images that spring from everyday femininity, from dialogues, from intimate confessions.
Also, it combines traditional activities such as embroidery and also poses personal questions that are represented using metaphors, bottling the stories and converting them into essence, or turning into objects sculptural objects of daily use, such as lingerie.
The process consists of raising the existence, life, experiences and reflections of women, relating them and comparing them to them to establish a comparison between the reality and the subjectivity of the stories: their common points and the differences between them.
Representation of female intimacy, its exposure to the reflection of the stereotype that imposes the sobriety, the coherence, and the demand of a contemporary social role, the intention is to contain information that, in any way, will be unveiled utilising conjectures and lucubrations of the spectator.

Methodology

To meet a small group of women for stitching a significant skirt with elements that speak about the particular experience of this woman.

Aims

To Represent the female intimacy
To show a reflection of the stereotype that imposes the female role,
To contain information that, in any way, will be unveiled through conjectures and lucubrations of the spectator.

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