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The piece "Suspended traversal" was selected to be Exhibited in a Collective Show at 'Centro Cultural España Juan de Salazar' (CCEJS), in Paraguay.

The opening was on March 13th, 2021. 

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​In the words of the Curator Sandra Dinnendahl:

“In its second edition Proyecto Enajenar / En Casa Ajena convenes a group of artists under the theme “margin”, a malleable word that can mean edge, limit and frontier, and at the same time time, occasion, profit, difference and approximation.

Each artist interpreted this theme according to her sensitivity with various and varied results. Groups by theme, aesthetics and materiality emerge from the collective, forming discursive flows through the exhibition space. From this concept, curatorship arises: position works that dialogue more with ones in close proximity and use them as bridges between more dissimilar works. In this way, the exhibition space is activated where the works are and where they are not. The empty spaces stage the conversations between two or more works. Subthemes emerge from these conversations as conceptual distillations. The following help us to navigate the discursive flows: the interior/domestic space, the public space, the human-political body, “typical” cultural elements and meta-materiality."


"In 2020 I took a children's colouring and drawing book with the intention of sketching in it the manic lines that had arisen in my work as a result of the events of that year. It is a book with illustrations of iconic places in the City where I currently live; Bristol, United Kingdom. In its pages there is a sheet with the image and on the previous page a blank sheet to be able to interpret or represent some other figure or memory of your own experience in this City.


It was so that I found a way to be able to play freely with that radical change that was presented in 2020, to be able to venture to explore with pencil and paper in the 'comfort' of my home, not only an imposed confinement but also with the technologization of our lives marking The first illustration I chose was the representation of one of the most famous and representative structures of the City, 'The Clifton Suspension Bridge' which has been acclaimed as one of the most important structures built during the Victorian era, and considered an important achievement and icon of Engineering.


But for me it represents something simpler, it is rather, the direct way home. A place that I go through in my daily life and that connects me with the City. I can't imagine my life without him.
Although the book itself is still in the process of being finished, it already has the first image created, described previously. For this I decided to make a short video of 4 minutes.

I think that at the moment the video would be the best option to be able to represent the idea in general."

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Artworks by 21 Paraguayan and Latin American artists exhibited at CCEJS, at the Goya Rooms this 13th of March 2021.

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The CCEJS invites guided tours of its recently inaugurated Exhibition; "Alienating in someone else's house" (Enajenar en casa ajena)

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