Yolanda López (Mexico, 1962) is a multidisciplinary artist with a BA in Graphic Design from Universidad Iberoamericana. She has shown work in several solo exhibitions at galleries including Museo de Arte de Sinaloa (MASIN), OMA Galería (Aeropuerto Intl. de Sinaloa) and Museo de Arte de Mazatlán (MAM).
This artwork explores the recovery of the oldest tree in the world, in eastern Nevada, USA, which was accidentally cut down in 1964. To this day there has still never been an older tree discovered. Now we live in a world in which we stand to lose everything. Through this project I explore possibilities of imagining a different world, where we are conscious of the fragility of the natural environment.