Intangible Loophole consists of sixteen scenes, of which eleven are visually perceivable, where interconnections are made between objects, the previous processes and the theoretical nature of the accompanying thesis. The near-living fossils, displayed as biomorphic components in the installation, attempt to critically reflect on biocapitalism through anti-anthropocentric and Acid Communist perspectives. A guiding approach is the placebo-like arousal of synaesthesia through the way the materials are echoed, as a means of imagining another reality within one's own ability.
Among others, featured are: Foam-like durians, flattened between two sheets of glass as a kind of magnified microscopic plate with coverslip where its fleshy color slightly differs with each casting; the front part of an insect brain regulating memory, called mushroom bodies, sculpted manually and overcast with latex and a heat-sensitive “mud”layer -it also resembles mushrooms and bodies in assosiative appearance; ink carried through the tubes by a peristaltic pump -as digestive organ/ism- refering to the extraction of horse shoe crabs' blue blood -which is actually transparent but as copper comes in contact with oxygen it bluishes.
Matter-ials: Pur foam / Perspex / Epoxy resin / PET / Spray paint / silicone / Glass / Horse hair / Latex / Aluminium / Peristaltic pump / Styrofoam / Water / Ink / Weights / Aerated concrete