The interactive installation About desire consists of five horsetails suspended vertically on the wall and separated equidistantly from each other. The tails, connected to a system of pre-programmed movement sensors, shake intermittently and without any temporal correspondence, simulating the natural movements of the animal. This movement is interrupted when the spectators approach the piece and reactivated again when they distance themselves from the installation.

The investigation centers on desire and how it develops depending on the tension generated by the distance between the object of desire and the subject, using attraction and rejection as the main mechanisms associated with it.

With the technical collaboration of Andreas Knauer and the support of the Felícia Fuster Foundation. Grants for young creators 2020.