This is Bugrito. In a Aruba we like to combine two names, usually the names of the parents to make a new one. Because this specific goat is such a special character I've decided to name her and combine 'cabrito' which is goat in Papiamento with 'burico' which is donkey in our language, Bugrito! It refers to the saying; 'a donkey does not hit the same stone twice'. In this case, this goat gets stuck every day in the fence. This is also the only goat that gets stuck. You can guess it already...'find a solution!'
As a young girl I was used to detangle goats already. But this didn't happen very often, let alone daily and sometimes even twice a day. My grandmother used to make wooden atributes for around the necks. But I find it to heavy for the animal and thought of a lighter version that is best for the situation we are dealing with here. A horn, she needs a bigger horn! In my process it is all about trail and error. The first attempt, was taping the horns onto her own horns. And the second attempt I wired the horns onto her horns. For the time I'll be on the island I will be monitoring and documenting the pieces; The World After, The cactus story and The goat story.