Metamorphosis in a circular economy environment
This work includes a porexpan human figure in an urn house, used as food for worms. Their enzymes digest synthetic material, and their excrement nourishes the plants below. The happening underscores the significance of the circular economy and bioplastics. The interplay of natural processes highlights collective responsibility for transformation. Interpretations can differ between the ownership of the creative process, the randomness of the happening, and the viewers’ own perspectives, emphasizing the complexity of truth.
Eduardo Julio Lavrador Jiménez (ES), Yolanda Martín Benítez (ES)
Our team is composed of two graduates in fine arts by the University of Seville:
Eduardo Julio Lavrador Jiménez: Graduate in fine arts, specializing in traditional sculpture and sculpture applied to theater and performance.
Yolanda Martín Benítez works at the University of Seville, is a member of the PAS and a PhD student in art and heritage.