An unfolding of the exhibition Jazida, currently on show at Museu do Açude, RJ. Jobim brings a series of new sculptures of various measurements. Each comprises one or two elements produced in different materials such as plaster, cement, and stone in various dimensions.
The exhibition is composed of a series of works of a variety of sizes. The pieces are composed mostly of two or more elements that were designed through combinations, stacking and / or juxtapositions. These elements have very simple shapes, derivations of cubes and parallelepipeds. Arrangements often create situations of open equilibrium, dissolving orthogonality and suggesting instability and movement.
The units are molded into pigmented concrete or cut into stones such as marble and granite. It should be emphasized, in this work, the importance of color, which functions as a motto for the combinations between the elements. Both in concrete, where pigments of iron oxides are mixed with cement and in the composition of stones, the pieces bring a coloration that emanates from their interior and not as a paint applied to the surface. This work is an unfolding of the installation "Jazida", in the exhibition at the Museu do Açude, in Rio de Janeiro, until November 26th.