Provenance: Private Collection, Manila
The relative thinness of the bronze sheets allows for random interaction. A vital part of Castrillo’s sculptural work is the interplay of irregular objects and space, which does not only surround but also weaves in and out of the objects through the spatial intervals and random surfaces.
The planar qualities of the surfaces allow for dynamic interaction, thus creating a continuous spatial flow between and among the various elements of the sculpture. Unevenness is put to advantage as the welded metal sections capture the light in a restless way, suggesting movement.