Contextos de Exhibición de un Marco Negro (2007-)
From the outside, all that is seen is a 50 x 63 x 13 cm. frame with the glass painted black; it's the kind of frame normally used in Buenos Aires to show photographs.
Inside there is a large format pinhole camera. This is used every time the frame was shown to take a picture of the context in which it was exhibited.
The piece thus kept a record of its own history.
The work was bought by Kiasma Museum in 2012, who decided to stop the photo-taking process and instead start showing the results.