Jardín transparente by Camila Peña has the slowness of the earth and of its roots and also its fertility. Camila speaks from her voice as a baby-girl bird, transforms all that is human into vegetable material, fragile, so alive, where silver spiders pass by, where we feel the sacred nature of mud. Her language is reborn in the wound that bleeds sap and evoques the beauty of one who has scarcely opened her eyes to cry out, laugh and weep.
Natalia García Freire
Author Camila Peña Abril
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A pair of faded wings draws near, a brilliant blue about
to expire. Among the green that
soothes, it is a gente death: the absurd reality