"Primer cuerpo, Primera seccion"
This "archeology" of the disaster began with the tragedy in Venezuela in December 1999.
Several days of continuous rain culminated in the floods in which more than twenty thousand died. The exact number of victims is still unknown. This catastrophe, Latin America's greatest
in the twentieth century, also changed the geography of the central north coast of Venezuela,
in which the mudslides swept away whole villages and wiped the anatomy of these places
clean off the map.
Format: 50x60 C-prints on metallic paper.