A labyrinth is built with metal sticks and wire throughout the different exhibition spaces. On a separate room, a screen transmits live images from multiple points of the labyrinth and its visitors, followed by the narration of the text “Monster” by the Cuban writer Reynaldo Arenas.

The experience of the labyrinth is put apart from that of the video: the one who walks inside the maze does not see himself on the screen. Like a relocated mirror, the images encapsulates a set of reflexes from the space, including the bodies and the text.

The visitor is the central key to complete the meaning of the work, being its protagonist, without knowing.

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