4 x 9 book. 18 pages.
A collection of short stories and photographs of my childhood. Personal narrative and history is used to explore the accuracy of memory.
Copies of Sinvergüenza are now being sold for $3.00 USD. The project has now been developed into a collaborative publication with varrying contributors and content.
6.75 x 9.5 book. 94 pages.
8 minute video.
6 x 4 exhibition flyer.
Jaripeo is a book that documents the bull riding sub-culture popular amongst immigrants from Mexico. These events are often held in rural towns along the Northeast, but have began to appear in more urban areas such as the Bronx and Newark. The book provides an intimate look into a cultural occurence that only a marginalized are aware of.
24 x 36. Photographic prints.
Triptych of photographs taken in my hometown.
48 x 48 & 32 x 32. Textile & print.
El Otro Lado (The Other Side) is a reference to how people in Mexico refer to the United States. By placing an authentic Mexican textile adjacent to a digitally rendered one made by me, a tension is created by the two as they fight for authenticity.
6 x 9. Books.
A series of books that is based on the web publication the Baltimore Brew. The concept was to emphasize the translation from web to print and allow the internet to transcend the one dimensional nature of our screens and into tangible content.
15" tall ceramic stoneware figure, personal objects.
A celebration of the underlying tenderness in Latin Machismo and the syncretsim found in Mexican Catholicism.
12 x 14. 12 x 18. Ceramic Stoneware Mud flaps.
Personal intepretation of the mud flap with masculine images and slogans that announce the owners sensitivity and self awareness to the viewer (and the world).