We say, “something is big”, and we repeat it. We say, “something is small”, and we point it out.
Diverse in their aesthetics, but close in ideological terms, the artists reproduce the so-called “sensual objects”. It usually seems to us that relationships occur between visible objects separated by emptiness. Their interaction is hidden, until a hand touches the wall or the glass breaks on the floor. But in this imaginary void, at the moment before
contact, there is already a “sensual objects” that can bring anything to an end. Or not.
The artists ‘ works are the material embodiment of before/after/out-of-contact tension. We see relationships as things: material, such, that we can point at them and call them big, big, big.