Remolino de Suerte, swirl of luck, imagines a human-powered turbine of reciprocal benefaction, snaking tactile magic through a crowded field of open hands. Fingers grasp, palms enclose, detain momentarily and then release the objects, one by one, in a chain of collective realization. The task is to potentialize and disseminate objects of enchantment, the action an attestation of common devotion. One hundred objects are launched into the remolino; amulets and charms with inherent or assigned power to protect are set in motion towards a yet unknown future beneficiary, spreading good luck among the participants and public along the way. At this fragile moment in time, the work calls for a cooperative activation of mutual care, represented in the circulation and distribution of talismanic objects. Objects already pre-disposed as repositories of accumulated energy, from sources natural or supernatural, cultural or social, personal or secret, gather charge with each new contact and change of hands. What occurs in the circuit is a communally propelled symbiotic activation of the objects. The work hinges on the symmetrical interaction between the participants and the objects themselves as they simultaneously affect each other: the participant collective acts on each individual object, and the objects in totality act on each individual participant. The participants collaborate in the process of preparing and delivering each object to the next stage in its destiny (a new relationship of mutual custody with an individual), just as they are receiving the benefits of each object as it passes through their hands. When the objects exit the remolino, they are offered to anyone — any participant or member of the public — who wishes to keep one. When a person selects an object to keep, the assumption is that the attachment is mutual, as is the responsibility. The new custodian of the object is entrusted with an object saturated with past and present energy, freshly loaded with the ancient purpose of safekeeping its safekeeper.