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Leftover

Imagine that you love a land in which you cannot stay long more. Imagine how would you feel to know that it will keep growing, changing and living without you. What is going to be there from you? What was your footprint in that place? I was inspired by my own future leftover in Norway, so that art represents the meaning of it. To become invisible, a spirit from the past in the place where you have been for some time. But is not just invisibility, in a way, the presence will still be there for a while. That is possible due to all the little pieces left, all the memories that the locals got with you; each memory, each breath, each damage and each path and place you passed by conforms, in the H√łgas mountain, a human broken body. Conformed by different parts that go in different directions, the true is that it wouldn't be there anymore, is far away, is flying. Those pieces are just a shadow, a leftover of what was there before.

Part of you is going to stay there just as long as people and places keep remembering you. Nevertheless time is going to pass by, and the reminiscence is going to disappear. As it is, Nature have to broke the piece of art, it has to make it disappear. However, till it happens, the human body will try to keep growing life on it. Changing the space even though you are not going to be there anymore to do it with your own hands.

Located at the beginning of a new path, which is not visible in the entrance, you need to go thought it to see it, its light, it fades off in the nature, just the passengers who get deep into that way will see it, in the top of a rock, standing there, surrounded by the Norwegian flora and growing some of their seed inside it. Thats no more than another reason to have it with open arms, the figure is expecting and receiving from the outside, and giving, giving all the love back to the place.

Student :
Cristina Bonamusa Martinez
Year :
2017
Duration :
summer course