Recycling/ Critical Mass, 2020, talks about what we are dealing with, and what can possibly come after this pandemic is over. It recreates feelings of isolation, anxiety, and the possibility of gaining awareness through this critical experience to navigate this global crisis from our intimate spaces. It showcases a woman (that could be two), in two different poses on top of a bed. One woman stands, and looks ahead, the other one is lying down, her face up. The bed is floating on the ocean. There is a city in the horizon, stormy clouds frame the scene, as if a time of incertitude, and grey outcomes were coming. There are colourful human figures that are floating in space. It is not clear if they are memories, or future possibilities. Maybe just a escapism metaphor. There are also round forms that are suspended in mid air, and some of them are placed in the face of the women in the bed. These figures might be an allegory to ideas, thoughts, expectations, or a new awareness that is growing in our minds as we speak. The colourful forms in the water look as deflated circles that could be a residue of some of the circular shapes falling from the sky into the water, or maybe it is from the water that they are emerging from.
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