Ben Hagari’s first solo exhibition in Mexico marks the premiere of The Back Side, a multimedia installation developed by the artist while quarantining in his home in New York during the COVID-19 pandemic. The protagonist in The Back Side, played by the artist, is seen from behind. The plot portrays a mundane, humdrum existence in a world whose marks have been erased. Books have no titles or words, photographs are blanked out, labels are removed, and the protagonist’s face is void of facial features such as the eyes, a nose, and mouth. Only data is left. The film is set in a domestic environment, which the exhibition mirrors. The installation resembles a home: it is made up of unattached walls, complete with sculptural elements, custom furniture, lights, and photographs. The exhibition is the result of a meeting between artist Ben Hagari and curator Omar López-Chahoud during an Artis Curatorial Seminar in 2018.