paper, acrylic sign, wood, paper folders, 2014
variable measures

Five piles of paper sheets nailed on a wall correspond to the first five chapters of the novel “Rayuela” by Julio Cortazar. Each chapter has all its words printed on separated sheets, one placed behind the other in the same order they appear in the book. By placing a pile next to the other, a new sentence is formed when reading the sequence. The public is free to take one of the provided office binders and file in it as many words as they want, after removing them from the wall.