is an exploration into the growing legion of people in Mexico who have turned to
worshipping their own modern deities and folkloric saints as a way of coping
with exclusion from the prevailing social system, its rights and privileges. The practices of these new faiths are often surreal twists of Aztec rituals and
Catholic beliefs, mixing Satanism, Santería, witchcraft and black magic. Political
and religious leaders in Mexico are quick to link followers to gangs, and the drug
and sex trades yet these fringe-dwelling movements also attract young families
and have formed in response to a social and political system which excludes
Exhibited at On Death, Melbourne. Featured online with Vice, Broadly and CNN. Self-published zine edition of 50 and hard cover version published with Photo Chronicles.