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Portfolio of 40 screenprints, in custom box with screenprinted cover.

Territory is not only the physical space itself, but the result of social relations: historic, cultural, political and economic relations. These give sense and meaning to the place and context where people live. Territories are mainly a power place, therefore, always subject to dispute, both materially and symbolically by different people who live and conceptualize territory in different ways. Generally speaking, freedom is understood as the opposite of slavery. It is a state of being often conditioned by structures of power like the state or the media, in which one think, speak, and make decisions under their own volition. Freedom embraces autonomy, which is based on the recognition that there are other world views, other cultures, other ways of managing of territory, in opposition to capitalism-driven governments and corporate controls.