Location: Mexico City, Mexico
LOOKING FOR EVA
These fictional spaces are imagined territories that I build with miniatures. Small scenographies or dioramas, reminiscences of another time, close to the dream world.
Images associated with myths, historical figures, famous paintings, stories that have been fixed in memory and that today emerge in these photographs to speak of the feminine in its multiple and sometimes tragic aspects.
The theme of intimate architectures has always been a constant in my work, from Kafka's room (Notes on Gregorio), Parenthesis, La Casa inundada and now Looking for Eva.
In these settings, the woman is absent, but her passage through the place is suggested in the portraits that hang on the walls and in the objects left in the rooms full of traces; Some shoes, an umbrella, the bathroom prepared, glass bottles, an unmade bed, fruit, a cage, a painting. Loneliness, isolation, absence and the feminine run through these images where the narrative is always open to the spectator.