Los cuerpos se volvieron cosas

2020

Cow hooves, gold leaf, alloy lettering in silver alloy, symbols taken from the records of the first slave branding irons in the Gulf of Mexico, and rope

31.5 × 9 × 9 in

80 × 22.9 × 22.9 cm



Árbol. Las presencias dormidas

2020

Purepécha textile with feather inlays, strips of leather tanned and dyed, gold leaf, mirror, glass eyes, and Otomi manufactured Amaté ritual paper

110.25 × 30.3 × 3 in

280 × 77 × 7.6 cm



Árbol II. Las presencias dormidas

2020

Purépecha textile, strips of leather tanned and dyed, gold leaf, glass eyes, and strips of Otomi manufactured Ámate ritual paper.

110.25 × 30.3 × 3 in

280 × 77 × 7.6 cm



Árbol III. Las presencias dormidas

2020

Chinese ink on Otomi ámate ritual paper, African textiles, tanned leather, obsidian, and clippings from the L’Illustration Congolaise from 1939 (Published in Brussels to report news and developments in the Belgian colonial occupation in the Congo

108.25 × 17.75 × 3 in

275 × 45.1 × 7.6 cm



Árbol IV. Las presencias dormidas

2020

Chinese ink and watercolor on Otomi ámate ritual paper, tanned leather, strips on linen with India ink, and clippings from L’Illustration Congolaise from 1939 (Published in Brussels to report news and developments in the colonial occupation of Belgium of the Congo)

112.25 × 19.75 × 5 in

285.1 × 50.2 × 12.7 cm



Huiatl. Las noticias del mar

2020

Silver gelatin print, sterling silver chain and lettering in silver alloy metal, symbols taken from the records of the first slave branding irons in the Gulf of Mexico

39.5 × 45.25 × 1 in

100.3 × 114.9 × 2.5 cm



Huiatl. Las noticias del mar II,

2020

Silver gelatin print, sterling silver chain and lettering in silver alloy metal, symbols taken from the records of the first slave branding irons in the Gulf of Mexico

41 × 34.25 × 1 in

104.1 × 87 × 2.5 cm



Huiatl. Las noticias del mar III

2020

Silver gelatin print, sterling silver chain and lettering in silver alloy metal, symbols taken from the records of the first slave branding irons in the Gulf of Mexico

39.3 × 45.25 × 1 in

99.8 × 114.9 × 2.5 cm



Huiatl. Las noticias del mar IV

2020

Silver gelatin print, sterling silver chain and lettering in silver alloy metal, symbols taken from the records of the first slave branding irons in the Gulf of Mexico

23.5 × 39.5 × 1 in

59.7 × 100.3 × 2.5 cm



Ojos del imperio

2020

Tanned leather strips, Batik-dyed cotton fabric, silver chain and metal letters, cutout from the cover of LePetit Journal (Published in Paris 1904)

78.75 × 12.5 × 3 in

200 × 31.8 × 7.6 cm