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In Trypophobia, a series composed of two sculptures and two object paintings, studies on Jungian thought are exposed, and in particular, the phobia of crowded holes. According to studies, this phobia arises as a subconscious inheritance of some people, manifested by the defense instinct in things that offer danger; how the colonies of some dangerous animals. Taking all these studies as a reference, the series appropriates materials that satisfy the plastic intention in creating organic forms that represent this phobia, and also run through Jung's idea, where the holes may reflect the fear of what is eminently ocult, or the entrance to the underworld.
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