Deposits and archival spaces generate internal situations that might evoke the chance meeting on a dissecting table of an umbrella and a sewing machine, setting up new meanings – for example, a divan placed on two wooden boxes labelled “fragile”, a deer grazing inside a grey office, or a couple of closed boxes labelled “Love sacrifice” (Sacrificio de amor).
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