A series of works which appropriate geospatial remote sensing data, a technology used by the U.S. to detect and eradicate illicit crops in South America. These publicly available, yet deliberately obscure, pixelated maps and reports are used as material for sculptural works: collaged and printed on various materials and transformed into new speculative vegetal forms. The CORAH acronym is synonymous with the forced eradication of coca fields.
Installation from Liste Art Fair, Basel 2023. Presentation with Parallel Oaxaca.