This new creation anchor explores and challenges the practices that have carved AP&A’s unique hybrid language into BOGOTA, a large-scale work that explores the notions of death and resurrection, from a post-industrial, queer, and Latin American baroque lense. Death and resurrection are explored through my Colombian heritage coloured by the historic nuances of this colonized country, as a source of resilience that is deconstructed form from a queer, post-industrial, and post-human lense. The work is set within a dry and brutalist industrial design universe, staging bodies and materials as landscapes of territory, stretching our notions of time through large-scale construction objects that place in tension the force and fragility of the body. An industrial stage, that through its grandiose material rigor subverts the Andean Hybrid Baroque, an infusion of late European renaissance with Andean sacred and profane symbolism. Thus through this work placing the body as a post-industrial organic agent of resilience, questioning its capacity, sensibility, and humanity.