Enjaulada (Jailed)

Silkscreen, chine collé, thread drawings
22″ x 30″

Enjaulada means jailed or captive in English. The image of a young girl reveals the harsh reality of her life. Peering through a “skeleton” of a skirt this structure symbolizes imprisonment as a female. Collaged, hand stitched pieces of paper outline the skirt, representing the child’s labor conditions across the border in the maquiladoras.

*Published by The Serie Project, Austin TX.
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