It is developed in different pieces in which I investigate about immigration, work and identity. It integrates my photographic records of the airport, paintings, words and my life circumstances. One word per piece, translated into three different languages (Bable, Italian and Spanish) that remind me about my ancestors.
I recover the work of the cabinetmaker who made the wooden structures that, like lines in a drawing, go beyond the images and lead us to the plane of memory. Also, through embroidery I recover a learning transmitted in the generations of my family, I communicate with my mother, with my grandmother and with the women of another time. The historical and emotive connotation concentrated in this process involves the identity construction of so many Latin Americans who descend from European immigrants and transcends limits to integrate everyone.