Bravo refers to the fighting bull raised in the fields and pastures to be finally used in bullfighting festivals. Their meat is not as precious as their fierceness and bravery. The aesthetics of the bull and its character is what is important. Its productivity is to fill the stadiums with the public to see the bullfighting show. The bull is exhibited as muscle and barbarism, as a last wounded hero who defends himself without the possibility of survival. This meat, already dead, is dragged by pack mules to continue the show.

Hanging sculpture made of printed canvas and foam padding 300×400 cm. Illustration of meat printed on paper 100×100 cm

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