“In a research work related to the irrigation systems of the orchard of Valencia, of the Muslim peasant communities before the colonial wars and the construction of the Nation State of Spain, as well as the pre-Columbian peoples in Ecuador and in other parts of the world, she made ‘¡Cuánto río allá arriba!’, a series of sculptural pieces made of clay that are shown in the tapatía headquarters of Travesía Cuatro Gallery”. Continue reading on MURAL.