Series of fabrics made from water, obtained from Aquatic bodies of each city or space where it is exhibited.
Stories are woven with water and the essence of those aquatic bodies that contain life, and movement, are important for the survival of the community.
Can we encapsulate stories?
Can we catch the water with our hands?
These are sculptures that represent specific times, tales and conditions of the vital element of water.
The shape varies according to the culture of the city and the narratives of the community to temporarily encapsulate the (hi)story.
The sculptures gradually evaporate, leaving a vestige of the fabric made of alginate, a component of seaweed.