Missana plays with the double meaning of the word siren as a sign of alarm and in its figurative sense as a mythic sea nymph. Her work presents a warning image of those enigmatic traces that inhabit the mindscape, immersed in the imagination, in the collective history and in personal records. In these overlapping diagrams of five silhouettes, private and public memory appear in provisional moments. This temporal and connective shape brings light and shadows to the wall, which are generated from the bottom plugged system. It reflects an empowerment of memory and also its fragility.
Soledad García, Santiago 2013