Time, movement and different scenes, help me to create situations or life experiences, to express emotional states and/or feelings such as loneliness, sadness, despair and others; and the creation of abstract beings that could be named as “inner demons”. Each image is a catharsis, an introspective work, which begins as a need of expression, unconsciously most of the time, ending in a very personal and effective therapeutic exercise. From the black and white subjectivity I approach my desires, my fears, my dreams, this duality between life and death, light and darkness, which inevitably I feel trapped.
Leonor Baez Her work has developed between dance and photography. She currently works in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mex. with adolescents in the Languages Department at the College of Bachilleres from Sonora. Group Director and Choreographer of Dance and Musical Theatre: "The Burlesque Theatre Show" in Los Cabos, BCS 2011; In charge of Dance department at Camp Timberlane. Toronto, On, Canada 2010; Fellow of FESCA (Arts and Culture State Fund), Category: Young creators, Contemporary Dance 2008-2009; Group Director and Choreographer of "Metate y Manos" /Contemporary Dance, Cabo San Lucas, BCS From 2008 to 2009.