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Albinos

1980
  • felt, cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm

The lifting of a inert  body is a puppet. Accordingly, True Rouge starts the hoisted works group. These works brings a repertoire of connective separating elements and at the same time connects the body of the marionette to the body of the puppeteer. Are cables, rods, hooks, chains and cups. The difference of a body puppet and a counter weight lifted is the illusion that the puppet holds the body itself, making the connective sometimes invisible.

Several Kids sit profiled with their hands forward together, like a shell shape. Another child standing, keeps a ring hidden in his hands, also together like a shell shape. The standing child passes his hands through the hands of another child, making an effort for anyone to see their palms. The hands of the standing child, that carrys the ring, passes through all other hands. Then, the child drops secretly the ring inside someone's hands. By the end of the game, one of the children who were sitting is chosen to guess who has the ring.

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Albinos
  • albinos
  • felt and cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
courtesy of Agnut Studio, 1980
Albinos
  • albinos
  • felt and cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
courtesy of Agnut Studio, 1980
Albinos
  • albinos
  • felt and cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
courtesy of Agnut Studio, 1980
Albinos
  • albinos
  • felt and cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
courtesy of Agnut Studio, 1980
Albinos
  • albinos
  • felt and cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
courtesy of Agnut Studio, 1980
Albinos
  • felt, cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
Image author not available
Albinos
  • felt, cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
Image author not available
Albinos
  • felt, cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
Image author not available
Albinos
  • felt, cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
Image author not available
Albinos
  • felt, cotton
  • 870 x 750 x 150 mm
Image author not available