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''Monolith''- (''Little Bull'' - ''Torito'', like ''Pucara Little Bull'', como ''Torito de Pucara'') MATERIAL: Stone (Rock) of White Marble, from the quarry. TECHNIQUE: Monolithic: Natural and Chiselled. Sculpture, Public Exhibition (by selection of the Jury) in Urban Public Space, Public Gardens, Park. 120 x 60 x 80 cm, Area : 18 m2, square meter I have chosen to make this Monolith, observing it, choosing my stone from the quarry, due to its natural geomorphological characteristics, highlighting its origin and natural accidents that erosion has left exposed, that made me remember and relate it to a natural ''little bull'' (like a ''Pucara Little Bull'', a '' Torito de Pucara '' which is part of the Peruvian cultural imaginary), because that face was '' carved '' naturally in the stone: It is the form that erosion and time gave it. The other 'faces' of my Monolith were chiselled by hand following that logic of monolithic techniques. It is rather a question of 'listening' to the stone. (Note: In the second image of the public exhibition, my Monolith is located towards the left corner at the back, in the center of the garden, behind my other sculpture exhibited publictly '' Drawing in the Space or Vacuum jump, line and iron '') Result: First place winner, JURY: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture), SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture), CURATED BY: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture),

Date: 05/11/2018