Brass, gauze, cord, cotton, simil-gold embroidery, foam, gold-plated bronze, oil pastel, video, text
Horizontal Theory is an installation that was exhibited during Show16 at the Royal College of Art, London.
The various pieces that form it are the expression of a research based on the criticism of the dysfunctional mechanics of contemporary existence and on the reflection on an alternative mode of life.
If acceleration and productiveness are imperative under the myth of growth, maybe we could find a useful tool for disobedience in rest and meditative inactivity.
Horizontal Theory is an invitation to desert the dominant language that rules our present time, act toward a shift in our perspective on the world and rediscover the ability to design a new system for humanity.