Special events take over the media for a limited period of time. We are saturated with similar images, recordings, texts and else. We are shown the same message with slight changes, over and over again, day and night, everywhere we go.


    Still, we forget about them as soon as they stop telling us.


    In April 2014 officials reported the kidnapping of 276 girls from a secondary school in Chibok, north-east Nigeria. News and social media repeated the story steadily, but after a while, our brains were set free to forget and move on to the next breaking-news.


      Felix Ossa was born in Medellín, Colombia. When he was 21 years old, he migrated to London, in the United Kingdom, where he became a citizen and lived for almost 10 years. He is currently living in Los Angeles,

      in the United States of America.


      Felix's works (performance-like), focus on identity and social perception of popular issues.

      His collaborations and self-portraiture include photography, video, installation, and iBooks.


      These works are based on personal awareness and the news on the television and social media. They have been constructed, in some cases, expanding from previous works or with the use of appropriated media, told again and orchestrated thanks to the collaboration of many people.

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*This interactive iBook is part of an installation.


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