Warriors, Monsters and Beasts comprises of twenty mechanical marionettes in continuous motion, each in their own glass cabinet. From a prolific sense of trial an error based on an intuitive sense of movement, the figurines are moved by small low-resolution engines and crankshafts.
Suspended on wires, the dolls do not touch the floor of their cabinets but rather seem to float inside them, as if moving as in an aquarium, reflecting a kind of liquid life, generating a hypnotic and seemingly spontaneous movement, made of moldable baked putty, painted with a vibrant color palette. Is possible to show just part of the exhibition in order to fit the space available.
Work created in collaboration with Jose Tola (1943) (http://www.josetola.pe/biografia.html)