For this project I documented life in two neighboring towns on the Pacific coast of Mexico. The plan was to test the charged image of Mexico offered by the media and popular culture. I was curious to see how much of this portrayal could be un-made.
I am fascinated by the way that we read and interconnect images and information. My practice focuses on these interconnections, their context and the conclusions that are formed.
Sound, film, text and installation influence the development and production of my photographic work. What I have found is that a fluid narrative evidences a system of knowledge, a way of thinking. This allows me to touch on themes related to stereotype and place.
The book has been recently acquired for the artist book collections at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Yale and the Joan Flasch Collection at The Arts Institute of Chicago.