In Fence, Reyes refutes any poetic halo and opts for arid, if not uncomfortable terrains.
Fence is that hatillo where our collective miseries inhabit and questions chimerical concepts such as space, limit or border.
Fence is stripped of effects and aesthetic artifice and installed in the epicenter of its raw, current iconography. Thus, the social burden, inherent to an important part of Reyes’ production, comes to dominate a work that, for an instant, catches and moves us where our taras as a society become tangible.
Metal, brush, thread, wood and acrylic
130 x 107 x 46 cm