In 2002, I was invited to participate as a Visual Artist at Djerassi Residence Artists Program in Woodside, California. There I continued developing a project, which I had started in London, entitled “Trampas de Viento” (Air Traps). At Djerassi, where I was the only non-American female artist, my main project consisted in working with the natural landscape in order to emphasize its emptiness. The California landscape provided a perfect scenario to apprehend that emptiness, which I metaphorically called air traps and captured with digital video and photography. The results of that work were presented, in 2003, in a solo show at Galería Diners (Diners Gallery) in Bogotá. Before leaving Djerassi, I received the Marianne Pallotti Fellowship Award, an honorary recognition of my accomplishments there.