Issay Rodriguez’s portfolio of artworks includes installations, drawings, prints, objects, and videos that allude to tactile histories. Her work connects fragments of memories, places, and identities. Her projects allow her to reflect on image and object productions within the context of the everyday that is infused with post-modern technology. She views her work as an extension of the audience’s reflexive investigations since they are auto-ethnographic. They are narratives extracted from archival research as well as non-digital human interactions. Rodriguez explores new modes of art productions that are tactile, sensorial, at times participatory art projects in this age instantaneous but distressing world filled with optical pleasure.