Eje Temporal

Fakultät: Medien, Studiengang: Medienkunst / Mediengestaltung (M.F.A.)

“How does history look like? How do you draw time? From the most ancient images
to the contemporary, the line serves as a central figure in the representation of
time.” (Rosenberg D., Grafton A., 2010)

A timeline is a way of registering data, taking in consideration the track of time. It’s
been always used to organize and present information in a chronological way.

During the last five years, immeasurable events occurred in a parallel time between Acapulco -my
hometown in Mexico- and Berlin.

How to represent it?

Three different layers of information are overlapped. Diverse codes are developed. Hints are given. Drawings are connected. Words from others get new meanings.

This project is an attempt to revisit my own memories, to put it on paper in order not to forget.


Adriana Muñoz Origel


Prof. Ursula Damm, MA Dominque Hurth

Art der Präsentation

Installation / artwork


Steubenstraße 6 - Universitätsbibliothek / university library


Ground floor

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