The "Yakumama" paintings, although refer to the mithological serpent "mother of the water",
they represent "the skin of the river" where emerg the traces of the living beings that inhabit it. The river
as landscape and creature.
Depending on the angle from which the painting is seen and the reflections created by the
light, these painted surfaces look like nocturnal reflections on the water, paw prints on the wet shore of a river, or the
scales of a serpent; which is to say, the mind experiences layers of perception, a sedimentation of traces.
La Escritura del Dios