5 projectors, slides, sand covered in transparent vinyl, balloons, soundtrack (Yma Sumac), and audio equipment
The title Maileryn is the junction of the name of one of the major icons of pop culture in the 20th century, Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962), and that of the writer Norman Mailer (1923-2007), author of her biography. In it, Mailer states that Marilyn was murdered by secret service agents of the North American government due to her supposed affair with Robert F. Kennedy, brother of the then president of the United States of America John F. Kennedy.
In the images projected in the walls and the ceiling, the face of this Hollywood star in the book cover receives the intervention of the mancoquilagens that, as some sort of make-up, cover her lips, eyes, and eyebrows. The floor of the room is irregular, and the audience can interact with the yellow and orange balls spread all over the space. The soundtrack brings Latin songs by the Peruvian singer Yma Sumac.