Que Dios Te Perdone y el Karma Te Chingue / by marina silva

On October 1st, I presented my solo show "Que Dios Te Perdone y el Karma Te Chingue Pt. II" 

As a continuation of my thesis show, I presented the pieces I had been working on in the past year upon my return to my hometown. The show spoke about the influence of the contemporary visual culture in the digital age and the de-sexualization and objectification of the female body, as an identity-less sculpture. 

Exploring in new media sizes is an expression of living in a place with space as opposed to the confined cluster as is New York City. The cultural shift among both cultures is absorbed in the work, speaking of a trend diaspora as it travels south of the border.