Georgina Trevino’s work investigates the inner structures of buildings and the process of casting cement while capturing geometric, minimalist and organic shapes. Trevino is interested in the differences between Mexican and American architecture, and structures made from cement vs. hollowed unfinished structures. Although the cement forms themselves look heavy, most of the pieces are hollow and very lightweight. Trevino strives to create the illusion of heaviness, but the pieces are the complete opposite, allowing you to wear them comfortably. She uses materials like: latex gloves, condoms, plastic shot glasses, coffee milk cartons and toys to create these unusual forms and textures.