For her latest series of large photographic prints titled 'Re-Constructions', artist Alejandra Laviada gathered discarded material from an abandoned hotel in Mexico City and used it to create a number of ephemeral sculptures off-site. Alejandra explains, "The hotel was left abandoned for several years and is now being redeveloped. Throughout this period of time, I have revisited the site several times to photograph various aspects of its decay and transformation. The images in Re-Constructions explore photography’s role and relationship to sculpture and to the history of the readymade."

Find out more about Alejandra's work here.