Corporality is to be found integrated in the control structures that establish economic systems such as capitalism. Bodies, subjected to hierarchic tension, house manifestly the coercive power exercised by the ostentation of a dominant position.
Through The Boss is Here Rafael Arocha shows us the disequilibrium existing in the relation between the person who is subjugated and the one who holds the authority in a systematic sequence of bodies whose starvation turns them into containers of the invisible structures of domination.
The images that shape it are an obsessive study of the corporal expression that remains hidden to those whom with their only presence generate a state of manifest tension. The Boss is Here focuses on a stronghold of liberation on the back of coercive power, a gesture that houses symbolically a passive manifestation of resistance.