For a while I've been studying the language of the Latin American city through its urban awkwardness. A few months submerged in the NFT world have made me conscious of the apparent separation of both realities. In this work I look for the metaphorical fracture happening in the “real life” that makes the abstraction of the digital realm so appealing for some of us. These images, made late at night in the awkward metropolis of Monterrey, México, depict things and spaces in which there always seem to be something just beyond what's in front of us, as if we were at the edge of making a big discovery if we just took one step forward. As a group they create a landscape full of possibilities at the same time unsettling and exciting.