SILENCE DOGOOD (2010). This installation involves two sculptures that set up the relation between culture and nature. On one hand a roll of recycled news papers evokes the rings of time in the trunk of a tree. This references the tree as a witness of passing time, in which each ring registers information that reveals the environmental conditions of each moment. In a similar way in which each page of this recycled news papers roll contains the day to day information of our society. On the other hand the installation was complemented by a throne, also made out of recycled news papers which had a shape that evokes power, idea that is implicit in this way of communication. SILENCE DOGOOD (game of words that translates Silent Intrusive) rises from a historical coincidence in which a viable translation to title this project was Silent Intrusive and that coincided to be one of Benjamín Franklin`s nicknames, under which he introduced political statements in the local news papers. This project was part of the first edition of Philagrafika in Philadelphia 2010, created and curated by Jose Roca, supported by the University of Pennsylvania.