Part of El Nombre Mío, Ajeno, this video depicts the artist chugging a liter of water as a telephone conversation between herself and her mother plays.
Video: 2:18 mins
A video that depicts the tips of the artist's fingers playing with magnets, attempting to join them at equal poles, but failing each time. They join at their opposite poles as expected. It can be understood in terms of familial relationships and in relation to the borderland of Hispaniola and the two countries that share the island.
Video: 2:49 mins
Part of El Nombre Mío, Ajeno.
Video: 3:14 mins
A conversation between my cousin who lives in Santo Domingo, and myself in New York City. The conversation is over Facebook Messenger and moves between my cell phone, my tablet, and my laptop. The audio component is between my wife and myself. In this piece I'm trying to understand how I am related to Yaniela Piñeda, my cousin, and understand the web that is our family tree. This piece serves as an aural family tree.
Video: 9:26 mins