The limbo of Montcada Hill
Around fifteen Latino immigrants have subsisted by the flanks of Montcada hill, sheltered by the shadows of the most marginal Barcelona and surrounded by the rubble of what was once a summer holiday spot. The plight of these people was brought to light by a demolition order in November 2014 to clear over 300 vegetable patches erected almost 50 years ago. Expelled from Ciutat Meridiana and other districts bearing the brunt of the crisis, they rebuilt their lives under wooden roofs. Awaiting to be relocated, with nowhere to go, their lives have go on until the cleaning patrol has knock down their home. Traces of excavators and the last human vestiges, are gradually swallowed up by nature.