AUNQUE LA MONA SE VISTA DE SEDA MONA SE QUEDA. 

Photography, acrylic, thread and wood. 4' x 5' x  3". 2014

This work talks about identity and nationalism. It is an ongoing investigation that jumps back and forth on the idea that visual references are only superficial. Are they really? How deep do they sink into us? Are they uniquely hours or shared and passed along for us to do the same?

In order to know what we want to become we have to dig deep into our memories, our idiosyncrasy and paradigms so that we can reach our primitive and untouched souls.

EXHIBITED

  • Intersections, Made Here. MN. 2015
  • Wonder Woman, Katherine E. Nash Gallery. MN. 2015
  • Living in the Layers, Catherine G. Murphy Gallery. MN. 2014