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My research-based practice exists at the crossroads of installation, video, animation, and photography. Within this multidisciplinary approach, I explore issues related to migration, displacement, alienation, loss, the media and the effects of violence on the central American individual and society.

In my work, personal and collective stories intertwine to create narratives that posit the individual’s vulnerability within institutional and social hierarchies. In some of my site-specific works, I forge a dynamic that engages the space’s history to reveal specific human rights issues. My video work, which often incorporates found footage or text, explores surveillance, online culture, coded language and the impact of mass media on the individual’s perception of reality.

Labor and migration
found footage
central america, disappeared
Racism, xenophobia, anti-immigrant
victims of violence
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