Puno MoCA installation at a private home in Casa Blanca, Havana, Cuba, made for the XII Havana Biennial. The piece acknowledged the history of the family who used to own four ferryboats that were used to carry people across the bay, until the revolution nationalized them. Havana, Cuba, 2015
Homage to nine students and one professor from the National University of Education, “La Cantuta, in Lima, Peru, who were kidnapped and killed by a death squad of the Peruvian Army in 1992. It is also a memorial to all the victims violence during the years of terrorist war in Peru. Gallery Artco, Lima, 2005.
Work that addressed the state of education in Latin America, where the state policies don't seem to match the population needs. It was made with school chairs from schools in Maracaibo, Venezuela and was presented at the V Bienal del Barro, curated by Martin Sanchez. Museo Lia Bermudez, 2004.
Solo exhibition that addressed issues related to lack of communication in the family. I used furniture from my family house in Lima. The piece also explored the concept of Anti-Architecture. Presented at the Peruvian-North American Cultural Institute Art Gallery in Miraflores, Lima, 2005.
Interactive installation featuring the project Puno MoCA, replicas of a room from a house in Puno were recreated, one in raw state and the other conditioned as a gallery space. It featured sculptures, paintings and photos. Galeria Lucia de la Puente, Lima 2010.
Work that explores the relationship between museums and underserved urban areas, the work represented a shanty town and on top of the roofs lays the photo of the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, which is only visible as a reflection on a mirror suspended on top of the installation. Contemporary Art Museum of the University of South Florida.
Interactive installation introducing the project Puno MoCA, it included photos, models, videos and texts. It was presented at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Workspace Residency, New York 2007.
Interactive installation based on concepts of Zen architecture and the book in Praise of the Shadows by Junichiro Tanizaki. People are able to walk through the piece interacting with each other. It was made while attending the PhD in Fine Arts program at the Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, 2003.
Interactive installation made in the room of the custodian of an empty house. The room was repaired to please the custodians expectations and a second floor was built where a gallery was created. Galeria Lucia de Puente, 15 Anniversary Exhibition, Lima 2009.