In this 2015 solo exhibition, Janett Pulido combined elements of painterly marks and found material to bring forth current issues occurring in Mexico. Specifically, in reference to an incident that has occurred September 26, 2014, in which 43 college students on route to a protest have disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico. This particular project contained 43 art pieces in hommage to reflect each disappeared college student and include some form of individuality to each piece to reference them and current issues in Mexico. This project not only refers to this particular incident but also the desensitization from the people being oppressed from the government and other entities. She believes that her family’s home is in constant limbo, not knowing how the current standing of social politics will lead the future state of Mexico, which exudes anxiety in a possible retaliation against her family that resides in the same country.