- Techo de sin (Roof of Without), 2021
This is an installation made up of stolen and donated materials from Southwest Florida. Florida is home to a large population of Latinx migrant people who have ended up in the US largely due to economic pressures, exploitation and veins of power etched by Europe and the US. This work deals with the results of this disjunction and the symptoms thereabouts (e.g. houselessness, fugitivity, government corruption, and income disparity, etc.) “Sin“ is a common Dominican mispronunciation for the word Zinc. The structure has a light that turns on for only 10-minutes per day.