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Conservarte Festival, Santiago de Chiquitos, Bolivia (2019)

MS Contemporary Art Museum, Campo Grande, Brazil (2019)

Altillo Beni Gallery, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia (2019)

National Museum of Art Maputo, Mozambique,  Africa (2019)

Flying over the forests originates this project, the exhibition is inspired by the geometry of the earth,  apparently aesthetic but behind it there is a sad story of deforestation of forests as a consequence of extraction, overproduction and consumerism. It all starts with a point (1), as the start of a position, the geographic coordinate that marks the start of the cut, then the line (2) in the middle of the forest  which are the setnto of infinite trees that have been deforested and then becomes a line segment (3) which may be infinite, then the segments form plane (4) to be the infinite set of two-dimensional trees that have been uprooted from the earth.

Initially, the exhibition was set up in the middle of the trees of the Chiquitano Dry Forest (Bolivia), the largest and even best preserved tropical dry forest in South America.

In a second intervention a supermarket cart is installed in the middle of the forest, surrounded by a certain area, where everything contained in that area is coded and valued nominally to know the level of utility of each element (leaf, stone, trunk, root, insects, branches). , fruits,  etc). Unfortunately, that absolute value is only a numerical magnitude, regardless of whether it is positive or negative, the only thing certain is that it is not equal to zero.

All the elements can be loaded in the shopping cart, for their direct use or to create a value chain with some production process, for a value that consumers are willing to pay, where the question is: Are we generating added value to our customers? natural resources or are we giving away those resources that seem priceless?