Expiria is a study of the female body. The spatial composition consisting of six stone blocks partially covered by a mirror is a sculptural exemplification of movement. The moving body creates an intimate landscape manifesting itself as an endless source of energy, power and desire. It continually moves, morphs and transforms. Through the dance, the body both constitutes and questions the boundaries between its abstractness and materiality. A relationship is formed, one which binds the body with nature. The reflection of the body or its fragments appearing in the mirrors of the stones seems to multiply and extend the artist’s body. The stones begin to move, “displaying” the reflected body. The mirrored surfaces of the stones seems to capture the viewer’s gaze, directing his attention to the multiplicity and multiplying both reflections and gazes. In this way, the dancing body is freed from the objectifying gaze of the beholder, sparkling with possibilities of movement and expression.