“Eunice Adorno manages to overcome the isolation of two establishments, one in, Nuevo Ideal, in the state of Durango, and another one, La Ola, in Zacatecas. She coexists with these communities and, from an intimate and personal perspective, but also absolutely respectful, makes a focused documentary work on the life of the menonite women.” - (2011). The flower women, Eunice Adorno. Madrid, Spain: La Fabrica.
Once again Eunice integrates with the Menonite community, and from this second encounter the photographic sample “Eene Tiet” arises, which is Low German for “a time”. In this second sample, Eunice focuses in the object and the track that it leaves behind even though it disappears, a time. The time that the object has been, used, modified, disassembled or reassembled, is the ghost that is left behind.
Eunice Adorno, born in 1982, has studied photography in el Centro de la Imagen, and in the Joop Swart Masterclass of Word Press Photo in Amsterdam, among others. She was part of the creative Young people of FONCA 2009-10, and 2012-13 and at the moment, is part of the educative program of SOMA. She has exhibited in collective and individual exhibitions in Hannover, Madrid, the Prague, Rio de Janeiro, Los Angeles, and New York. In the 2011, her project” The flower women” received the National Prize of Culture Fernando Benítez (Mexico). At the moment she lives and works in the city of Mexico.