Flores del Desierto is an installation consisting 2000+ screen printed images of a woman's body resting under calla lilies. These images represent a femicide in Ciudad Juarez in the 20 years up to 2015. This installation has been made with duvet covers and sheets bought from charity shops. As well as repurposing materials it works as a metaphor to that which once formed part of a household. During the event these sheet squares were hung in a washing line and the public who become participants of this live art event carried these squares to the far end of the mill where I would print a new image on it. We then proceeded to walk back to the installation and laid the new printed panel at the foot of this. every time one was laid to rest I would repeat "Every printed square another femicide."