Brenda Moreno, 1984. She is a Mexican visual artist who works primarily with photography. She started studying design in Mexico City, her hometown. Later she decided to move to Madrid, Spain, to study an International Master's Degree in Documentary Photography at EFTI and the Master in Documentary Photography in The BlankPaper school, in the same city. She published her first photobook B to B as No. 58 of Los Cuadernos de la Kursala in Co Edition with Witty Kiwi Publisher. She has participated in different individual and collective exhibitions, as well as festivals and photographic meetings, as part of the Young Creators Fellowship, granted by FONCA in Mexico. She has been developing her projects between Mexico and Spain since 2010

It is a cyclical journey. I talk about my family and the one that biologically is not, but that I consider as such. I explore the roles we play in our emotional relationships, as well as the shelter and support we find in them. I reflect on memory, the similarity in our patterns of behavior and what we reflect on the other. Also about the passage of time, the dreams and experiences that build our identity.
B to B began with a portrait of my grandfather that my grandmother kept in her wallet, whose dedication reads like this: "When you are sad, look at it and think that I am with you". In that sense, the power that encloses an image to evoke memories allows me to explore my own identity. And in this exploration the horse, which I consider to be a member of my family, serves as a bridge between the different
characters in the project, symbolizing the vital force between our unconscious desires that we master and our own human nature.

For this project I use photographs in medium format, fragments and clippings of them that I have as a collage in workbooks, where I will structure the production process. I also incorporate failed parts and disposal materials.