Alinear representation of people from 1950 to 2013, under no specific chronological order. Friends and relatives, current and exes, in a composition of present time, that borrows its feed from family photo albums.
How does a person chooses to present itself at a given time, knowing that the produced image will serve as a lifelong document.
Frontal postures. The subjects stand still, exposed, striped of their environment. The same people taken from different moments in time stand next to each other. The dynamic of the crowd rotates the passivity of the lineup. The comfort of coexistence ruled out by the possibility of the upcoming destruction.
Shoot me, 2013, pencil on paper, 30cm x 600cm