plywood, expanded polyurethane, metal and resin
Natural size replica of a parrot cannon, dissected in parts in longitudinal form, placing these fragments uniformly at equal distance. These sections recall meat loafs or animal tissue. Having lost its original function of war artifact, I give a new meaning to the cannon as a representation, making it a being with its own life, transforming its defensive and aggressive function into a peace function. From the formal point of view, the composition of the piece reminds us of a dead, dissected being, but it transmits an aura of life around this one-time technologically cold object.