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Surrender the ego, listen to what is inside of the other. Heal the soul through the hands of another.
The skin receives bandages, the stitches remedy the wound which leave a scar of a personal story.

The participants shaped the piece without receiving any instruction in a completely spontaneous process. To start the process, a stranger contacted through a network of friends agreed to participate in the project and welcomed Ramon into their home. This contributor would then introduce another willing participant and so on. The movement involved in travelling from one home to another constituted the weaving of the piece. Straps of fabric resembling bandages, rubber as a symbol of hope and thread representing stitches were given to each participant. At the end of the project, one of Ramon’s poems and a piece of his hair were given to each person as a sign of appreciation.


 

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