In Cruelty I investigate the impact of space in the construction of the self and the ways of seeing in relation to the car accident that left me with permanent double vision since 2002. Cruelty explores endurance and emotional embodiment along with the notion of identity through the body and its limits.


Because trauma eradicates the memory as representation, in its place comes the perception, the presentation of the experience where the audience becomes the mediator constitutes a process of reworking the emotion that allows movement from trauma to the idea of an event as a cathartic.