Precipitation of Tenderness is multiple stage artwork. The guerrilla videomapping action was conducted in one day, driving around different points of the city of Tegucigalpa, with a projector in the car and and electrical generator. Moving images of women and men re-living strong moments in their lives right up until they break in tears was projected onto deteriorated walls, including those of an abandoned prison in the middle of the city.
Precipitation of Tenderness
is a work that reflects the frank state of helplessness of a society defeated by violence and corruption, a country that confirms a state of historical disappointment where the catastrophe is brewing from wherever we see it.
In Precipitation of Tenderness, the city becomes the natural canvas
of this state of affairs. Its citizens, projected onto the walls, atest the reality before them...they slowly break, cry and fall upon a void. Silent.