Sin Pena! Is an installation piece, a composition of flat, rounded opaque silicone shapes, imitating fat pieces from slices of charcuterie. Made at slightly larger proportions, the tacky yet smooth texture of the silicone sticks well onto flat surfaces.
The installation was reflecting on sticky situations that happen to us all: between avoiding eye contact with another human, the attempts of turning the other way to avoid that conversation from another, or perhaps failing to not be stuck in the middle of some dispute. The pursuit of trimming the fat, because your life is apparently oh so great without all these contenders.