Appreciation towards Martín Lejarraga for providing the following description:
think you laid them up, afterwards you don’t remember anymore where they are, you miss them
and desperate not finding them when you want to see them again or show them to friends who
come to visit.
to get, in my own case not of big pieces but those reduced dimensions works that I can transport
in my suitcase, or even in the pockets, so I don’t beat down big mammals to hang their heads on
the wall, instead I get delicate butterflies to click in showcases and glass boxes.
named if I’m not wrong, because I never can remember properly the title; since I have it is always
there hung, wherever it might be, I like to see it and moreover, it doesn’t get lost. That’s why I
decided to have my small collection at sight and I ordered this project: a house with to travel with,
to search, to see, to buy, to keep and share my things.
any exact place, but that fits well at any place, that is of a “gipsy-chic” style, they tell me, and in
which I feel as an hermit crab that has occupied a strange caracole in whose inside, as if it were a
nacre shell that wraps it all, my whole world is reflected.
PHOTOGRAPHS David Frutos