Pane Seca, Daniel Frota de Abreu, 2018

For the project room at auroras, Sao Paulo, the industrial quality sculptures that comprehend the installation Pane Seca create a desolate landscape within a domestic environment. Two car parts that went through a high temperature process, twisted after an accident, interact with two iron structures that split the former garage space. A cocoon like object, made out of dry branches and plastic, is mounted high up on top of a red net that levels the slanted ceiling of the room. The greenhouse net finds its double covering the empty swimming pool of the house. Three modified air conditioning coils are installed in the geometric space created by the tiled walls of the pool. At the bottom, the puddle of India ink dilutes with the rain water accumulated throughout the exhibition.

Photo credit: Ding Musa