Suspensiones

Suspensiones

Suspensiones consisted of the action of counting and classifying life days for a period of time which was defined by emotional states. Every day for which consciousness of time appeared, a blood drop was taken from a finger. An empty recipient was a “normal” day, that meant: a day when time thoughts did not happened. The action was made until 365 recipients with blood drops were collected.
Additionally to that action a text was written, its name was also Suspensiones. The action and text results were exhibited in 2009 as an art bachelor’s thesis project in Los Andes University Bogotá, Colombia.

Laura C. Peña

Laura C. Peña

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