5.5" x 6 " x 10"
Concrete, plaster, sand, clay, acrylic, and recycled materials
The emotionality of a moment can interrupt the oxygen flow creating a micro-second apnea. In those negligible time lapse, we are at the mercy of our emotional state of being.
Women objectivation or whenever we say yes
9" x 5.5" x 6"
Plaster, wood, asphalt, ceramic, cement, and found materials
Willing to please and be accepted, we can act against ourselves, our principles, and moral. Whenever we bend our heads in approval, we make a new scar in our spirits
6" x4" x4"
Plaster, concrete, cement, acrylic, and acrylic skins
I come from acountry built on blood and war, progress and poverty, oil and corruption. One does not choose where we are born nor the conditions. Despite this fact, one can always choose our path. My idiosincracy far from limite me, it has helped to thrive and have the ambition to be the voice of others that like myself do not want to be defined by our origin, beliefs, nationality, genre, nor race...
13" x 8" x 8"
Portrait of the Earth in 2019. There is an almost non-visible layer of nature in this work, hardly perceptible to the eye. Likewise, human civilisation is pushing the planet to its limits...
Milk & Bread
15" x 8" x 10"
Recycled milk and bread bag ties on wood board. Life used to be simpler, were we happier? I don't know, but this work made during the early stage of the quarantine keeps leading me to reflect more on the unnecessary complexity of life before the pandemic, and what I am willing to leave behind once it is over.
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