Photographic series taken during Art in Isolation Digital Residence through Murze magazine https://www.murze.org/isolation
Rosary beads made from expired contraceptive pills. A work that talks about the rights one has to reproduction in relation to the rites that people choose to enable reproduction. Installation for the climate change exhibition Artists for Future, Group Global 3000, Berlin, Germany. https://gg3.eu/de/artists-for-future-2/
Installation during the street arts festival C.A.L.L.E Lavapiés where the iconic pharmacy facade in Lavapiés plaza was wrapped and recreated from plastic rubbish found in the neighbourhood. The installation was for a month in May 2019. The premise behind the wrapped building was to show how our lives are consumed and contained by plastic waste and from a distance we don’t notice what we are doing
This exploration began back in Rotorua aka Roto Vegas, when I was an artist in residence and invited visitors to the tourist town to create a souvenir from their own rubbish.
I notice that people tend to through away their rubbish at night, hidden with no one watching. But we are always being observed and monitored. Our waste consumption is under surveillance too.
A twist on the zona videovigilada (video surveillance zone) was the zona selfie (selfie zone) sign installed in front of an abandoned lot.
For the national Spanish electiones in May 2019. Voting for a party depending on how and what you recycle.
Community driven project after the forest fires in the Blue Mountains November 2013, thanks to receiving a funded residency at the BiCi Bilpin International Ground for Creative Initiatives in the Blue Mountains, Sydney.
Postcards made from scrap wood in the shapes of the two symbols associated with Bilpin, an apple, and a flame after the forest fires. These postcards were then used by community members to send to local and national politicians.