Vientre Compartido, Nicho, 2012.

Dorado Beach Resort’s east golf course. Installation based on metallic structures covered with vegetal fibers and united by drawings of different colors seeds on the grass.


Vientre Compartido, the Suarez brothers, represent nature’s cycle of life regeneration in Nicho. The sculptures have an organic configuration, like phallic totems with cavities understood as mouths or vaginas, which reinforce the biological concept of the artists’ proposal: the interest for ecological art and the idea of nourishment. As twin brothers, the Suarez must feel the need to let the world know the importance of an evolutionary ecosystem. Not only did they create housing for animals but also a drawing made of seeds allowing the growth and expansion of their ephemeral art. “By discovering the ability to create with the minimum, one becomes worthy of the uttermost possibilities”.