Rodriguez sources syncretic religious traditions found in African diasporic communities, such as Voodoo and Santeria, to conceptualize wearable art and costume design. These are activated when worn by people whom she imagines to possess the characteristics of specific deities. A commentary of the existence of a new Black culture generated from the New World focusing on Yoruba, Orishas. This project is composed of costume designs, photography and video. Breaking away from stereotypes of Santeria and Voodoo religion the artist focus on Shango Orisha or justice, dance, and thunder. Shot at a preserved Native American trail in The Bronx.