Portrait of Venezuelan society from the Bolivarian Revolution.
Archetypal characters from across the social spectrum, resulting from the political process. The list of characters has a Latin American and universal echo with the dictatorial or autocratic political processes in history.
The identity construction of the different characters were carried out by groups related to the defense of social claims or human rights, in this case with transsexuals and transvestites.
Theatrical makeup and symbolic costumes that accentuate the construction work and the parodic nature of the Venezuelan revolution in history. Its theatricalization is accentuated with the name given to the cast (casting) within the Elizabethan theater: Dramatis Personae.
Classic black and white portraits in a wide gray scale.