Reveals the memories of the missing through images and declarations by their relatives,
as a means of confronting the discourses and revealing the contradictions of officialdom
in seeking to silence and conceal.
The "unburied" are the players in this project, victims of one of the greatest massacres
in Venezuela's democratic history, a tragedy that writes a new chapter in the history
of disappearances in Latin America.
The victims are the people who went missing on February 27, 1989, buried in common graves
and still not identified.
It is a tribute to the missing and their families.
Format: 30x40 B&W prints.