Ravages

2014 - 2020

Sizes: 80 x 120 cm 

What does a theatre stage look like after the show, when the public and the actors have left? The space is returned to itself. The actions, the voices, the gestures are still echoing. Objects appear in disorder, upended, exploded, fragmented – behind the scene, the unconscious of the stage reveals itself. A metaphor for every apparition?
  • Hellish miracles

  • Raincheck

  • Stealthy Presence

  • Mother Courage

  • Abandoned Scene

  • The impossible House

  • Turn away

  • Pedestal

  • In the Heart of Untruth

  • Ravages

  • Winning Trio

  • Subjectivity without Respite

  • Failure & Success

  • Carnival Outbreak

  • Waiting without desire

  • And they are still dancing

  • Merrymakers

  • The end of a killer's life

  • Extreme Promise

  • Post-Melancholia

  • Mirage Bedroom

  • Walk the Talk

  • Rubbish Forest

  • Magician

  • The Imagined Future

  • Laughing Fits and Cold Sweats

  • The Graves Maid

  • Blacklisted Museum

  • Heavenly murders

  • Games of Power

  • Imminence

  • Reversed Chimeras

  • Her Home

  • Resounding Cavalcade

  • Between two Tempests

  • Deliquescences

  • Surveillance,60x90cm

  • Forgotten mischief

  • Audacity

  • A las seis de la tarde

  • Demantibulated Sadness

  • Perched Vanities

  • Scattered cries

  • The Tragedy of this Story

  • Charade,60x90cm

  • Deep down in the shady Garden

  • Ageless Scenery

  • Last fight