12 x 12 inches
Acrylic on paper
"My work is defined between public and private. Every day I explore common themes such as daily life, intimacy, sociability, and affection, which inquire about the social representations of love, couples, childhood, sexuality, and family, among others. My daily life, the historiographies, comes from photo albums, archives that, without visual fragmentation, suggest public figures, personal chronicles, and portraits.
Currently, my work stands out for the reinterpretation and decontextualization of images and notes (life diaries-female portraits) using conventional and unconventional materials such as printed textiles (prints) or intervened objects that propose feminine contexts, which tell real stories of anonymous women. and heroines who build daily events that suggest without visual fragmentation the woman who has been interpreted for her power and history."
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