In 1991, I began my most ambitious project, “Sangre Boliviana”, a bilingual interactive CD-ROM. The main screen on the CD-ROM is my version of the Virgen de Guadalupe de Sucre inspired by the indigenous Cusco artists. They incorporated iconography usually associated with Pachamama, the Andean version of Mother Earth. On the main screen, her mountain dress swirls out from a circle in whirling, jewel colors. From the rays that extend from Virgin are the names of the links to the six different sections on the CD-ROM.






"Sangre Boliviana" tells my story, but it also tells the story of the medium I am using.