Paintings forming dihedrals and creating spaces around them. Paintings having fissures to breathe and cracks to escape throughout. Works escaping from that two-dimensional form we traditionally know as “the painting”, and through texture and colour moving closer to a three-dimensional one.
In contrast to books, that after opening describe an angle through which the reader enters, these paintings fold upon themselves or half-close forming a corner, embracing the air, forcing the viewer to come them around.
Their reading, as of a story, is composed of parts: they relate to each other, and they cannot be understood without the other.