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Lost Bell, 2015-2017
bronze bell casted adding bullets and fragments of firearms

A proposal for a lost bell that disappeared without a trace at one of the oldest bell towers in Mexico city from a XVI century convent (now Contemporary Art Museum, Museo ExTeresa). For this new bell, a mixture of decorations that have been used in different centuries were inscripted along with the logos and texts found written on the fragments of guns that were melted to cast it.

The resulting sculpture summarizes a contemporary interpretation of a common practice that relates to the construction of a bell, where the metal used for canons was often melted for its construction, and, in times of war, the metal of bells was melted to build cannons (a practice mentioned in historic records of the conquest were it is believed that the first bell after the of Tenochtitlan was casted with the canons of Cortés). This constant cycle and reuse of the material, tangentially shows the connection between the state and clerical power that were involved in the colonization of the now mexican territory since many centuries ago.


"Réplicas: Apuntes sobre historia material" (Replicas: notes on material history), Museo ExTeresa, 2017.

Sublevación, después de Ximeno y Planes
Reloj de Pulsos
Estructuras Invisibles
Acústica Concreta (Christinenstraße 18-19, 10119 Berlin)
Acústica Concreta (Calle Dr Mora 7, 06050, Cd. de México)
Aquellos que dijeron nuestras cosas antes que nosotros
Notas sobre historia material
Solo, solo, solo con el mar a solas
Pinturas perdidas
Campana perdida
Esculturas Perdidas
The day is past and gone and gone and gone
500 años de Resonancia (Ciudad de México, 1500-2015)
Time Zones (Liwa desert, UAE)
Sincronía (o el espacio entre dos ritmos)