VIAJE EN ALMENDRóN. Touring Havana in a 10 pesos Cuban sedan (Hardcover 110pp).
In a sequence of three trips taken during my 2013 summer visit to my native city of Havana, I photographed what was there from the back seat of a 1950s American Sedan cab. The photographs taken from this 10-Cuban-pesos taxi (called Almendrón because of the shape of the car resemblance with an almond) are superimposed on pages torn from my published novel Mujeres sin Trama, in which I fictionalize some places and situations I experienced in late 1990s Havana. Upon these self-narrations, I printed a sequence of 232 photographs (one on each page of the novel), taken in automatic setting through the cab window, in order to explore reading and question how we process and access information.
This is a hardcover artist's copy (8 1/2 x10) created from the original installation accordion book commissioned for the exhibition In Situ. Women in Place (Miller Gallery, JCAL 2014).
I WANT YOU
Street poetry in New York, Havana, Chicago and Mexico City, documented with Black & White photography.
I use pencils and sharpies to write on discarded objects such as tables, chairs, mattresses, and on stickers to post on subway's ads.
Hardcover 8x6 (2019 A/C, limited edition, numbered and signed, 20pp).
CONTESTED TERRITORY: POESíA REMATRIADA (2020).
Poetry paste-ups in Havana (summer 2018), documented with color photography.
Hardcover A/C (limited edition, numbered and signed, hand embellished, 20pp).
LYRICS OF THE STREET
Paste-up poetry in New York City (2014-2019) documented with Black and White
Hardcover 8x6 A/C numbered and signed (20pp)
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