The Woman Who is Alone and Waits
(La mujer que está sola y espera)
This piece was inspired by an editorial in the Buenos Aires Herald from the 1990s. It talks about a woman standing against a building waiting for someone, and a man who slowly walks by her and then turns and comes back, trying to make eye contact. That repeats for a few minutes until the woman enthusiastically waves to someone and she throws herself in the arms of a man who looks stunned for a minute. They leave together. The other man slowly walks away … hoping to one day meet a woman who is alone and waits, like him.
H" X W": 39 X 20