This social practice proyect sought to highlight the fact that, at the time, gender violence continued to be a private event excluded from public life. Drawing on the process intrinsic to surveys, the purpose was to denounce violence against women and make it visible within public settings.


The Encuesta de violencia a mujeres (EVM) (Survey on Violence Against Women (SVW)) was carried out in a standing voting box installed in public spaces, where passerby women were invited to answer a survey regarding their direct experiences with gender violence. A total of 2,167 women between the ages of 14 and 71 participated in 13 different sites.



This project was part of Expuestas: registros públicos (Exposed: Public Records)



Día Internacional para la Eliminación de la Violencia contra las Mujeres, Inmujeres DF,

Zócalo, Mexico City, Mexico (large scale presentation with 10 modules)

Metrobús, Doctor Gálvez, Insurgentes & Indios Verdes stations, Mexico City, Mexico STC Metro, Balderas, Chabacano, Guerrero, Pino Suarez & Zócalo stations, Mexico City, Mexico Centro Cultural Universitario, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico

Mercado de Jamaica, Mexico City, Mexico

Calle Academia, Centro Histórico, Mexico City, Mexico





Andrés Ramírez & Lorena Wolffer

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