“Collective Mourning” (2016) series speak in conjunction to Freudian viewpoints of human’s relation and reaction to loss. The piece depicts a society that is cyclically going through the five stages of mourning (denial-anger-depression-bargaining-acceptance), due to patriarchy and the imminent loss of free will that it entails. Collective Mourning also call Mourning on Patriarchy deals with the notion of “bargaining” that prevails in our society, whether related to desire, lust and pleasure, or specific social issues such as immigration, marginalization and power structures, such as weak vs. strong, high culture vs. low culture, men vs. women, public space (masculine) vs., private space (feminine), etc., all implying the complexity inherent in a patriarchal society that has historically constructed hierarchies for sexual roles and economic models