Roraima Tepuy, Venezuela
Ephemeral intervention on the top of Mount Roraima as a critique of the political polarization in Venezuela. The work emerges as a response to the 2012 presidential elections, where the extremely close results once again raised the idea of "two Venezuelas." This intervention aimed to put in crisis the idea of a possible division of the National State, affecting one of its most important natural symbols: A place devoid of political ideologies and electoral laws.
Collaborators: Mariana Lugo, Clementina Lugo.