Works arising from stories or stories resulting works. Narratives are a form of design that uses as support the imagined time and displays on the lived time, a testimony or a scene that proves that story.
The comb shape emerges as an organizing element: it restrains the braid and hair’s metal wires as they pass through its teeth. Organizing elements are like binding elements, but more sophisticated. They may induce a motion vector or be confused with technical supports. Other organizing elements may be seen in other works in the form of a scale, a portal, the fixture from which marionettes are suspended, boxes, poles and plates. The polished face of the tooth serves as a mirror for the wires that enter from one side and never reach the other side unless they pass through the comb and leave behind their own image. The materials used are brass, copper or steel.