Obatala Hemet, Reflection, 2020
29 Latigazos version: Tajh y Yo. 2019-2021., Video still. Horse tail, clay, leather, and thread. The horse tail (iruke) in an attribute of the Orisha Obatalá. In this 29 Latigazos version, Tajh and I lash ourselves, as we embody Obatalá, in the same space, in and out of synchronism with each other. Location: artist's studio, October 4th, 2019
29 Latigazos version: Tajh y Yo. 2019-2021., Video still. Location: artist's studio, October 4th, 2019
Falda de Rabo., Hoop skirt used in previously mentioned performance is now flipped and hung on the wall surrounded by agave ropes in the space., 2019
Falda de Rabo. 58" x 24" x 10", dye, acrylic, shells, and thread on cotton skirt, 2019.
Pelo de Rabo. (video still), Video still from a performance where I tied the horse tail onto my own hair while wearing a hoop skirt I made and modified. Location: Yale University, 2019
Glass, Video still. In this performance, as a form of catharsis, I smash 18 empty Ochún votive candle vessels that I had been burning and collecting for 2 years. Location: Yale University, December 14th, 2018
Glass, Smashed previously mentioned votive vessels of Ochún, the Yorúbà orisha of fertility., 2018
Glass, wax, oil, and leather.