I'm particularly interested to reconstruct fragments of Cuban history as part of the social and ideological panorama of communism, that in its most active expression are presented as psychological phenomenon of power. In Cuban society, propaganda, ideological and social activism affects the individual directly creating a kind of misunderstanding between the individual and its role in the society. This is why I decided to present some archive texts of Cuban Marxist intellectuals and writers, among speeches of Fidel Castro and other social programs. Those ideological texts led me to redefine it as objects of the psyche in a new form of aesthetic language. In a context like Cuba, the ideological propaganda it’s so present in everyday life that it could be appointed as a "psychological extension into everyday life", a kind of anthropological infrastructure based on a certain aesthetic dimension, also influenced by an ideological dimension . In my opinion, I would describe this confrontation as long term disease into the social body, but specifically the effect on mind. A pathology induced by battalions of texts and images, coming from the government ideological machinery and trying to be present into each daily event. The very subtle scientific methodology of socialist ideological propaganda is what attracts me, also a certain precariousness of these aesthetic dimensions.