In Atrapados( Trapped ), I started to reflect on a humanized object and objectified human, concerning the question of why we say we own the space in which we live.
Is this possible? Are we really owners of our surroundings?
Our domestic spaces are a bunch of spaces defined by their uses. There is a dinning room, where we eat, a kitchen where we cook, a bedroom with our bed where we sleep, etc.
If we use the house under its rules, why we keep saying we are its owner? Is not the house, in contrast, our owner and obliges us to play its way?
In response I worked on some sculptures and photographs, which showed a subject physically, linked to the house, to itself or to other subjects through clothing, hair or household furnishing.