Omar Pimienta lives in the woods, where he has constructed a mythology involving porcupines, velvet, theories of non-linear history and an old dress given to him as a child by Gael Garcia Bernal's mother.
Since 2004, this 'living art area' has functioned as; a.)omar's life, b.)a theme-park, c.)a day care center, d.)an underground railroad for Moroccan refugees and e.)an outdoor changing room.
Pimienta's current poetry, photographs and identification cards examine the temporality of male beauty and the boredom of the global economy.