Clara Larcher’s Araké

“A world made of ropes, knots in which metaphors of femininity are knotted and unknotted, 

a suspended body that dances solving the riddles of entanglements.”


In a world made of ropes, a woman preoccupied with her appearance entangles herself in the spider web of her unconsciousness. She explores the monstrosities of her inner self until she uncovers the tangles of everything she has become accustomed to keeping silent behind her desire to reflect the feminine standards of elegance. In the entanglements she finds paths and solutions and discovers his authenticity to the point of embracing his lights and shadows.

Araké is a desire for authenticity, a praise for the discovery of possibilities hidden by limitations, a reminder to learn how to solve what seems inextricable.