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.
The assembly Cooking Crystals presents eight iron poles. The poles are like lamps without bulbs. They have a hoop at the base and another on the top. From the upper hoops, rods, springs and hooks remain floating amongst the poles, rock crystals, amber stones, magnet blocks, extruded mass (as feces) and yellow liquid (as urine). Long tipitis (plaited steel nets), also hanging from the hoops on the poles, writhe and trickle down to the floor, their role to hold bright glass bottles filled with urine. A number of bottles rest on an iron hoop on the floor. The tipiti is yet another skin, like the make-up and the jelly. The way the tipiti covers the bottle suggests a string bean just about to expel its seed. The Nervo de Prata’s frustrated experience of the overturned skin may finally be completed in Cooking Crystals.