anda, corre is composed of three works using peach crushed seeds with acrylic binding, thread, fabric, newspaper and wood. They speak about ritualistic forms of reconstructing memory, photographs and language used to politicize bodies. As we open newspapers, year after year, language and photographs used to describe immigrants proliferate traumas. In each story told via this printed media, humanity is stripped away leaving racism, sexism, homophobia and injustices that include historical inaccuracies. In "anda, corre" my reference point is this printed language and photographs. I transformed them using rituals of circular constructions, stitching words recreating movement, burning on wood to inscribe memory and a scattering on surfaces of crushed peach seeds from my mother's garden to symbolize a territorial grounding. In these works, I find resistance where I am able to rematerialize history and notions of power and order.