It's like something is in the back of your mind, you don't know it in advance, but you recognize it when actually experience it.*
It portrays important aspects of my work such as introspection, self-awareness, the influence of emotions and desires in relationships and social behavior.
Already in the previous years of 1997 and 1998 with the project Gestures, developed mainly during my exchange program at the Parsons School of Design in New York, human behavior was considered in my works.
In Tools for the Subconscious I focused on sensations connected to touch, breath and hearing, to create objects that would work like tools.
By getting attached to the body they would
promote introspection, self-awareness and, make evident subtle sensations often disguised or inhibited.