The White Flower and the Chayote
For the gallery space at Hill House we created an installation with long, twisted rods of thin, delicate aluminium, almost unbearable in their lightness. These rods partially remain in natural aluminium, other parts were painted in matte white, in order to create contrasting points with the black of the space. At its end plaster flowers hang, advancing towards a pink velvet armchair that seems to smile or want to kiss these flowers. On some of the tips of the flower petals we apply gold leaves, making them even more precious. Populating the furniture exhibition space, eggplants and chayote on the tables and sideboards gain brass legs and arms, twisted and thin, similar to the stems of white flowers. They look like insects or fantastic animals that investigate that place.
Place: CasaPark, Brasilia
Client: Hill House
10 . 2016