Cebolla glamour, 2011


My nature is curiously like the morphology of the onion, where the outermost leaf pods, with which as a woman I am named, are of an overlaminate nature and have a protective function, giving the bulb the characteristic color of the variety. In the journey from the outside inwards, the thickened leaf sheaths form the "tunas" of the bulb, and the most tender is located at the center. There is a stem like a disc, which has numerous knots and internodes (very short), and from this the leaves come out, upwards, or labors by which "I do, then I exist”, green and photosynthetically active part of the plant. Downwards there are numerous fasciculate roots, whitish, shallow forming its root system, or determining information, which I charge since before birth, and from which I cannot detach.