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In Corpore - 2012.
Works with 21 x 21 x 12 cm to 15 x 15 x 7 cm.
Plaster and polyvinyl pulp on chassis in
acrylic cases in which sterile prostheses
are packaged.

In Greek theater, the mask had the function of maintaining the scission between the myth and the voice of the people.


Today there is often the incorporation of the masks and the voice of the other; the mythical image is embodied “physically”.


Incorporation is no longer symbolic and becomes “in corpore”; the prosthesis often becomes the embodiment of an idealized shape.

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