• Strange bride

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Chaplin

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Charleston

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Funky

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Woodstock

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Hawaii

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Waltz

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • 19th Century

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Hip-hop

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Caribbean

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

  • Gothic

    Dimension: 18.1” x 14.3”
    Technique: drawing on porcelanicron
    Year: 2008

SOMETHING IS MISSED

These artworks represent mutilated figures keyrings which purpose is to reflect on the pain of loss. These figures are dressed in

Gowns. The outfits underscore the need we have to use clothes as if it were a complement of ourselves in order to mitigate our flaws. The keychain not only has  an utilitarian function preventing the keys from being lost (that is, loss), but also has an ornamental function (as an accessory).