A crystallised phantom island / 2016
Christopher Columbus and other explorers relentlessly searched for the phantom island of Baneque. Guided by a map drawn by Columbus on his first trip to the Americas, the artist traveled to the supposed coordinates of Baneque where he gathered dozens of gallons of water. The island is reconstituted by using the salt water collected; as the water evaporates the salt turns into a crystallized form. The phantom becomes tangible.
A cloud captured inside a marble container / 25x25x25 cm / 2011-2012
The breeze of jaguars captured inside a marble container; and dia projection / 19x19x19 cm / 2012-2014
Narrative dia projection documenting the process, from its primary source to its final destination, on 11 images.
The highest point of The Netherlands has being stolen / 2014
A Knife to Defeat the Breeze
The cremated ashes of a coyote fixated on sheets of plexiglass / 2010-2011
Daybreak (La Habitación Impasible)
Paint removed from the wall and rearranged on the floor / 2010
The Lookout (El Vigía)
Paint removed from the wall / 2008-2009