Susy Gómez

Fundació Joan Miró

This untitled installation by Susy Gómez examined perception, knowledge, and feelings, carefully, almost modestly. Subtle and timid, her work is very attractive, almost erotic. It reflects an urgency to communicate even though the process of communication seems to be both painful and difficult for the artist. It reveals her internal struggle as well as her determination to work from her own feelings, thoughts, and nature. The way the viewer sees the show—little by little, piece by piece—creates a very intimate, almost tactile, experience, as if, very slowly, someone were beginning to undress. After walking through a white room where, very randomly distributed, impossible garments appeared which were either painted or covered in white (sewn-up, useless trousers, double-pierced useless earrings, etc.), the viewer arrived at the core of the exhibition—an enormous transparent spiral. Although

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