This series of pieces take their shape from a bumped car part. The artist has used rugged bodywork to create from this void, filling it with a succession of layers of different materials such as cement, car grease, plaster, clay, fiberglass cloth, pigment, resin, and flowers.
Thus, an impacted surface is the mold to which the different elements respond. Alonso's pieces underline the complex relationship between the innate properties of materials - their gloss, softness, weight or their changes in the face of temperature or humidity - and the pretense of perfection of objects in the everyday world, which can be damaged or break at any moment. In these sculptures each material shows - despite responding to the same mold - its own speed of change, its own reaction.
The series of wall pieces is made up of four light sculptures. The flower bouquets frozen in resin are contained in fiberglass cloth and place us, again, between the attempt and the failure to preserve the life and form of these flowers, returning to the conflict between death and life, and to human intent. for preserving the ephemeral.
The project explores ideas such as destruction and creation, disaster and birth, accident and repair, proposing their coexistence on a new plane. Reflecting also on the role of the mold in the history of art and on its role in mass production systems, these pieces reflect the ineffectiveness of the mold and emphasize the autonomous power of the materials themselves, generating indeterminate spaces in this contradiction.