Human wax sculptures that were melted in front of the audience. Presented in different places between 2000 and 2009.
Installation piece using balloons in the form of eyeballs, filled with helium.
Poland. October 2006 and UAM Azcapotzalco, Mexico City.
91 simulated planes placed in the form of cemetery crosses on natural grass. Installation piece, Espacio C, Camargo, Santander, Spain, 2005.
12 tattooed wax babies. Curated by Lorena Wolffer. Museo de la Ciudad de México, Mexico City, 2000.
5 sculptures of human figures made from wax and copal were melted in front of the audience. International City Art Festival, Medellin, Colombia, 1997.
120 clocks under the daylight saving time were exhibited at the San Ángel Cultural Center, in Mexico City, October 10th, 1995.
Expired powder milk. Varied measurements. National School for Plastic Arts, San Juan de Puerto Rico, USA.
12 tattooed wax babies. They were lit every Sunday, lasted 5 hours on. Curator: Lorena Wolffer, Museum of Mexico City, 2000.
50 vulcanized rubber-latex children sculptures that were inflated and deflated every 30 seconds in a pyramidal structure to evoke demographic inflation, the globalization of the population.