Bisagras


A film exploring the enduring here and elsewhere of black consciousness. Finding a connection through the film's emulsion and my skin, Bisagras holds my experience as a person of Afro-Caribbean descent during a visit to the House of Slaves in Gorée Island, Senegal and the port of Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. In these places I dare to imagine my ancestors' history of the journey of African slaves to America and draw a line that goes through me.

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Noise Cloud

Installation
single channel loop, sculptures and drawing

Puerta a Puerta

Co-Directed with Jessica Sarah Rinland

A box is filled with aspirin, tinned peaches, toys, cereal, black beans and used clothes. It is picked up by Sr. Mario from Venus Services Express in Boston, USA. The box is added to a perfect postal tetris and after a long arduous journey eventually arrives in Falcón, Venezuela at Tía Maya’s door.

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Terror Has No Shape


Terror Has No Shape follows a mysterious and grotesque creature. The film fragments the American Horror and Sci-fi genres to surface the terror of the lived personal and collective experience of racial trauma.  Through effigy, these horrors are made material and burned.

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No Hay


Installation
2017