La Cornuda, that mysterious being who lives in the depths of the Papaloapan River, who appears to disappear, who frightens, scares away and explains the inexplicable. In its attempt to survive the forgetfulness of modern times, it makes a decision that requires courage.
Leaving the river, crossing the threshold of the shore, transforming itself, and entering into Tlacotalpan´s town dimension.
While La Cornuda walks around invisible to the eyes of the community, photography´s lens reveals its new life.
Memory is a swamp is the title of the experimental research on the legend of La Cornuda de Tlacotalpan. The main idea of the project was to reimagine the story in the face of its possible disappearance: to involve the community and its memory to reinvent the legend through a collective, playful and participatory re-construction.