From residual plastic letters of a company devoted to assembling typography and logotypes on rubber mats, a collective dynamic was detonated with workers from this industry.
To forge an irruption into the daily labor, a glossary of words generated spontaneously by each participant was created, in the manner of a self-portrait that was mixed randomly. Also, the typographies were violated by using them to create new sentences.
Later, the phrases were placed on a mound that diluted the phrases made, creating a loop, a cycle where tongues and sentences were overlapped in Babel mode until virtually losing their meaning, which continued to exist potentially. At the same time these gave the possibility of free articulation in the spectator’s mind.
Finally, crowning the piece, a single linearly legible legend was presented: “Partial or total reproduction of this $/(•#¿!* is prohibited... ”