HYPER is composed of a cycle of three works. Three different cable sunbursts, traced on the wall, innervating and thickening in the middle until they get dense and become presences jutting out into the space. Sculptural lines of pressure.
No particular function, but the possibility to turn on the light bulbs that are its core. A heat halo, reflecting on the construction details, on the finishing elements, on a goldsmith-like, tiny preciousness.
The Hypers could rob Nature of some of its beauty.
They are what remains after blowing through the infructescence of a dandelion.