Dancing with the absence

A fan found on the streets of Brooklyn, discarded due to a missing blade. Its appearance becomes a movement of derived difference. The absence of the blade and the absence of the audience, as if all stable "presence" is shaken by "absence." This is the "death of the fan," a poignant and profound expression of absence conveyed through dance, representing a crisis of meaning. And the absolute void of absence is the encounter with the infinite. Abandoning the static and immutable ontology of presence, the identity of things cannot be separated from the difference brought by absence.

Wood, Fan and Chairs
180x180x70 (Variable dimensions)