By becoming an immigrant and changing my point of reference, I was able to have a deeper vision of society, reflect on the enormous chaos that surrounds us, the uncertainty of each step and the immense effort we make to convince ourselves that everything is in order. In this series of self-portraits entitled "The Woman Who Doesn't Fit" I explore several of the feelings provoked by this reflection: loneliness, identity, melancholy, the need for social alignment and of course rebellion.

The social fragility that I have as a woman increases my sense of rebellion at the same time that I struggle with the social imperative, marked in me, that induces me to "fit in." This is a series in process that began 6 years ago and that goes hand by hand with the social changes (or not) that we, as a society achieve.