Tuned to Latin America's rawest frequencies - that of marginalized people -, and echoing through Erin Currier's acute gaze, this travel diary is pregnant with the fascination of discovery. The period of Erin's journey could not have been more fortuitous: Argentina in 2004-2005 was at a historic turning point, when democracy was restored. Walking through the streets, Erin observes, questions, reads the newspapers, analyzes, and reflects in her diary, experiments that have allowed her to live the spirit that pulses in every corner, and which transmits the hope and joy of those who dare to keep dreaming. About the artist: Part portraiture, part collage from disinherited consumer "waste," part socio-political archives, but always humanists, Currier's work has been featured in numerous solo show. She lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico.