Today I heard Paul Auster talking about his fascination with rhyming events in the world: strange coincidences, improbable repeats. His books are full of them. So are Borges's.
This piece is about material rhymes. I use soft materials (latex, silicone, white tack) to extract verses from rusty steel. The lines are then presented following the structure of the Elizabethan sonnet: abab cdcd efef gg.
Robert Cervera Amblar
Sculpture, installation, writing.