In December 2000, the site-specific project entitled “Esquinas Gordas” (Fat Corners) that I presented at the 7th Bogotá Biennial at the Museum of Modern Art was awarded first prize. The novelty of this project was the strategy it employed to shift the way we “look” at our public spaces. I took several groups of urban landscape photographs of different corners of Bogotá, corners that had been seized from homeless and outcast people. I also made some reproductions of these corners. I then placed the photographs and the reproductions of the “fat corners” in the museum, converting the corners into new sculptural pieces.