A homage to Norma Enriqueta Basilio, the first woman to light the Olympic flame, and a celebration of the ageing female body.
The artist strides into the Olympic stadium in Mexico and is overcome by emotion.
Part of a series of works where the artist seeks to restage a swimming race from the 1968 Mexico Olympics.
The artist attempts to restage the final of the women's 400 metres individual medley from the 1968 Mexico Olympics.
The artist restages from memory a phone call made to their childhood hero, the swimmer Tui Shipston.
The artist restages a dance that the actress Raquel Welch performed in 1968, in front of Mexico's modernist monuments.