The absurd, whimsical wooden sculptures of Italian artist Willy Verginer – lifelike subjects bisected by strips of monochrome paint, exuding bubbles from their heads and fingertips.

Most of these figures are from his recent series, ‘Rayuela’, Spanish for hopscotch and the title of Julio Cortázar’s counter-novel that can be read from front to back or vice versa – a stream-of-consciousness style, producing varying endings and meanings depending on the reader’s sequence.

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