Through my sculptures, I educate people about the political, social, economic effects, and realities of being a Latina woman through a lens outside the white women hegemony. This intersectional feminist aspect of my work is crucial because it explains the direct connection to my personal experiences as a Latina feminist, and involves ideas and realities different from white feminists. Important historical and contemporary women's history is not taught as regularly as events involving male figures. Unless someone prioritizes and researches history and events involving women, the majority will never learn about women’s history as in-depth as men’s history. Making these ideas and events into 3D sculptures forces us to accept the realness, truthfulness, and tangibility of women’s history and events impactful to society today.

A flag belonging to a Latina feminist
Hand-dyed muslin, embroidery floss, and safety pins
30 inches x 18.5 inches

Assembly of Pussyhats
Pink Wax
3 inches x 4.5 inches each

A Woman’s Pepper Spray (Fire!)
Stoneware Clay
6.5 inches x 6.5 inches x 14 inches

The journey of fighting one of the most common modern devils
Plaster, Wood, Wire, Paint
20 inches X 20 inches X 36 inches

The phrases I’ve been told as a female today (A series)
Transparent sheeny mesh, embroidery floss, embroidery hoop
12 inches x 12 inches

Gendered Razors
Expanding foam and white paint
5.25 inches x 1.5 inches x 0.5 inches each

Never Again
Red felt and white thread
35 inches x 1 inch x 19.5 inches 

Uncanny Gynecology Tools
14 inches x 15.5 inches x 2.5 inches

Walking in a Woman’s Shoes
Heels and Cement
60 inches x 14 inches x 10 inches

Yarn, Stuffing, Felt, and Thread
9 inches x 41 inches x 2.5 inches


Project HerStory HerVoice
Phone number (312-772-4122), Tape, Digital Photo, Paper

Outdated Pads Weaving (Part 1)
Mop Head and Red string

Modern Pads Weaving (Part 2)
Feminine Hygiene Pads

Clitoris Shirt
Muslin, black Ink, and thread

Clitoris Shirt
Muslin, black Ink, and thread

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