Inside the Walls
Inside, the walls, the windows, even the hanging wires appear as “old friends” on this visual narrative. But the echoes of the past emerge as a whole or hang in midair as if caught between the wall of the past and the reality of the room. Always presented in the form of a woman, the viewer encounters the beauty, power, sensuality, and suffering embedded in the rooms, the walls, and massive structures of Cartagena. Each artistic step in the journey changes and expands the narrative, and by moving deeper and deeper into the collective consciousness of the city, the viewer brings a very personal translation to the narrative.