350 Million Years of Solitude: A Secluded Limbo, A Communal Identity, 2019.
350 Million Years of Solitude: A Secluded Limbo, A Communal Identity, ventures and dwells on the metaphysicial anomaly of a geographical and transnational limbo. As well as Rodriguez's Guatemalan (Mesoamerican)/Australianised identity. Furthermore, the body of work and exhibition stood as a commemoration to the primitive, prehistoric, and pre-civilized ways and neighbourhoods of the earth. The exhibition invites the spectator, to take the role of an undocumented venturer, for an immersive, and mesmerising journey through the valleys abd outskirts of a constructed land betweend worlds, a land made by men, consumed by you.