The “Statues Garden” is a parallel on human drama, the existential agony.

Here, the locus of Fine Arts School backyard, is transformed into a fragmented narration, where the deficient and incomplete anthropomorphic by-products of the educational process acquire an existential consciousness. Placed in two parallel worlds simultaneously, real-material and magical-fantastic, they create a dialogue between them about what it seems and what it can really be. Manufactures of the apprentice artist, abandoned as time passes, seem to anxiously struggle for their birth in a transitional and unknown world, where the paradox lurks between the cracks of logic.