This is a trailer I created to invite colleagues to the presentation of my Bachelor's thesis, which was projected in 3D at a special theatre at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

This is a diagram that summarizes my thesis' research project: how the use of memory and its design has changed along with technology.

A crucial part of the dissertation was to investigate drawings, maps, diagrams and photographs from over 500 years of history of Mexico's most important public space: the Zócalo.

I drew a 250m x 250m space in the heart of Mexico City, the Zócalo, at 14 different stages of its history. This last drawing is the result of superimposing over 5 centuries of transformations, to understand a unique perspective of how time and politics influence the memory held in such an important public space.

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