Given the order and harmony that are the hallmarks of the works of Susana Lescano, within these series we note two particular dimensions: the aspect of being wounded, opened up by a sharp point, and the emergence of the almond-shaped form which connotes the concept of the seed all over again.

In wood and metal—frequently polychrome—the elements of this series overlap, combine, and harmonize in a busy to-and-fro.

Curved pieces vaguely and inconclusively resemble tools or weapons.

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