FIN (The end)
Temporary intervention in the landscape: Living drawing created with sheep on pasture land, Alaró, Mallorca.
The word “FIN” is formed during a few apparently accidental instants when the collision between food, sheep and timeline occurs and disappears in a repetitive loop.
Can we escape the modern Polyphemus by anonymous camouflage? A reflection on contemporary drawing as eternal movement through the distribution of food and our relationship with the natural environment.
In the drawings we find a thick all-over wall, which we can assume has infinite dimensions, where humans are camouflaged beneath the sheep to, through anonymous organization and collectivity, escape from the modern Cyclopes Polyphemus. With the word “FIN” and the concept of food, Morilla delves a bit deeper into his incursions into social ecology, with nods to food distribution and, by extension, wealth and power.
FIN solo show at Fernando Pradilla Art Gallery, Madrid (Nov-Dec 2013) + Collective drawing show at SEINE 51 Art Gallery, Paris (April 2014)