2010, 9/12 from the series Memoria Instructiva Para Penetrar la Piel digital pigment print 17 1/2 x 17 1/2’’
2011, 2/12 from the series Sistema de aproximaciones installation of 9 photos digital pigment prints 47 x 47” (framed) 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 (individual prints)
2011, 4/12 from the series La familia se Retrata digital pigment print 16 x 24”
I approach my work from an impure sensibility that emanates from the cross-contamination of art and science. I am interested in the competition between both ways of working, which I view as complementary, not oppositional. From this hybrid space, I conceive of photography as a resource for investigating the social-anthropological processes that exist in between the categories of thought and image—it is a personal search to go deep into the spaces of memory and forgetting. For me photography is a way to reveal and add layers to the transfer of memory, a kind of cryptic accumulation.