I want to say that this piece could well be a nude; that like poverty, the nude is defined in shame. Because ultimately nudity is a state where the intimate is exposed bestially, without defenses, and from which vulnerability becomes present. Under such a situation, I find in the invention the only possibility of acquiring defenses. Inventiveness becomes an urgent adaptation to a medium. I do not want to be tempted to explain this piece and say why flour, eggs and oil are the beginning of a bread or a landscape, why the bird replaces a propeller or why the destroyed and rebuilt cups are still having use. I want to think and make all this think like a nude. All the elements that I propose can work under the symbolic belief of the faith placed in the materials, a space without energy that tries to generate something from the fantasy of the natural, or the delirium of inventiveness.
– Gabriel Chaile