The last element of the project is a video with a reflection on English as a hegemonic language. In it, an English teacher teaches the artist the language through the reading of CIA files. The film highlights a powerful paradox: to understand a large part of the recent political history of Latin American countries, it […]
This large-format drawing shows the unveiling of the full names of the assassinated leaders over a veiled image of a ‘great collective funeral’ formed by the 47 individual images of each funeral. It is the visual similarities that allow them to be organized as a single image merging different places and moments.
This piece is a compilation of documents and court files provided by family members or plaintiffs as well as scientific expert reports on the deaths of each of these characters. It is the culmination of an investigative process that lasted several years where the information is classified by country and date.
The assassinated leaders reappear in other works: images of the dead at the scene of the crime or the accident projected onto the positions they held, using light as a way of making these stark images dematerialized and not morbid. The images are accompanied by a sound piece with some public speeches of several of […]
In this second group of works appear the portraits of 47 Latin American leaders (associated with their country and year of death) are images of public speakers whose deaths have not been resolved or are currently being reviewed. These leaders held different public positions in their respective states: presidents, ministers, judges, military chiefs, archbishops, deputies, […]
These pieces correspond to the study of declassified files of the US Intelligence Services during the period 1948-1994 related to North American Minimalism and propose a revision of the declassified CIA files on fourteen Latin American countries. In relation to these archives, this group of works also problematizes the contents of American Minimalist art, contrasting […]