The Sudden Outpost is C.S. first solo exhibition in a private gallery.
It's conceived as a borderless journey. Elements from previous works, such as Mandala n.1 and Dio é Morto (fotogrammi) are hosted next to the new ones. Footage and photos from the artist's own collection become the material for the new pieces, such as in the photomontage Stay Gold and the video Outpost.
In the banners western film macho quotes, political wall writings from the 70s and street corner's announcements are protagonists. As they were part of her upbringing landscape of merging harsh realities with satyrical ones, in the tradition of quilting bio storytelling.
The use of printed wrapping paper on the walls is reminiscent of bordeline landscapes as much as a critical take on the exotic wallpaper and vedutismo culture of the XVII century. A western film genre context permeates the exhibition as a critical trajectory to 'the frontier' to conquer and defend rather than to value it as relational outer space.