These are odes to the power of the uterus, the origin of human life and the transmission of human species on earth. However, such a glorious function of the womb has often been associated with adjectives such as "evil", "dirty", "unlucky", "bloody", "pervert"... To dissect the secret of birth, I used embroidery - a form of labor tightly knitted with female life throughout history - to depict each layer of this container of life. The new "containers" - elongated visual rectangles, are then installed in hidden yet inevitable places in the exhibition space: over the head and underneath the steps, respectively, when one descends the stairs.   

ODE I 

Embroidery on plastic, 

installed underneath the staircase in Centro Negra, Blanca, Spain

ODE I
ODE I

Installation, embroidery on plastic.

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ODE I
ODE I

Installation, embroidery on plastic.

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ODE I
ODE I

Installation, embroidery on plastic.

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ODE I
ODE I

Installation, embroidery on plastic.

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ODE II 

Embroidery on plastic, 

installed above the staircase in Centro Negra, Blanca, Spain

ODE II
ODE II

Installation, embroidery on plastic.

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ODE II
ODE II

Installation, embroidery on plastic.

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ODE II
ODE II

Installation, embroidery on plastic.

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Next project: Rendez-Vous

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