La Muralla Azul / 2014

Rubber stamp on wall, 5 exposed sun print papers, Mediterranean sun and Mediterranean water
Installation variable dimensions, 75 x 105 cm each sun print paper

A detail of a turreted tower has been repeatedly printed on the walls, creating endless long barrier. A stamp brings to mind the border controls of passports and visas – an official form of governmental authorization (the stamp is a fragment of the coat of arms of the city of Naples) – above which a series of blue Sun drawings have been hung. The idea of travel as a "political space" has often led to a reconsideration of reference points, the drawings are the result of the simple action of exposing each sheet of paper to Mediterranean sunlight, dipping them into the sea in an attempt trying to give voice to the secrets of the thousands of stories contained within them.