“There is no silence here but phrases you avoid hearing”
– Alejandra Pizarnik
The origin of the word text is attributed to the Roman author Quintilian, who stated in Institutio Oratoria that “after you have chosen your words, they must be weaved together into a fine and delicate textile”; his original ‘textum’ is the Latin for fabric and text.
The installation Infinite Circles addresses the historically muted territory of the feminine, emulating an array of handmade lace fragments. In these pieces, as in any other ‘text’, the space in-between lines can be more important than the line itself: the stories that remain untold or silenced are those echoed in the void. [Read full text]