SOMOS EL TIEMPO QUE NOS QUEDA
Somos El Tiempo Que Nos Queda (We Are The Time We Have Left). This work is about my identity as non binary and my relationship and contradictions with my family. It explores this through old and new self-portraits mixed with my family archive and portraits of my parents and other relatives. The project makes use of different styles and formats of photography. I don't fit in a singular category, the same way I don't fit in the dichotomy of gender. Photography is the opportunity to know me better, to tell my story, and my story is not linear, sometimes it is a blurred memory in black and white and other times is a colourful and vivid celebration of who I am.