Cesar Caballero Diaz
Since I was a child, I discovered the difficulties of living in a society still biased by macho and conservative ideas. I felt rejected by men and there was a need to bond and feel part of a group. When asked about my gender identity, I usually question it, not because I have the certainty of being a woman but because since childhood, I have felt more connected to women. This project, ongoing for the last three years, seeks to make visible an experience. I look for questions and interpretations from the viewer; questions about the construction of the “feminine” identities that they observe. Here, I am an observer and the creator of new stories.