In later drawings, Teresa Burga continued her project of re-presenting art-making as a form of examines cultural customs and scenes of contemporary life in Peru and beyond. In her series Puestos de Mercado, Burga translates photographs of Peruvian market stalls into drawings. These boldly saturated works recall the palettes of other recent series like Niñas Peruanas Cusqueñas, which presents indigenous women in traditional dress. Like Niñas Peruanas Cusqueñas, Puestos de Mercado does not provide any additional context for the scenes or people Burga records. Instead, the body of work privileges information about the process of making images over what they actually depict. Indeed, as in Puestos de Mercado: puesto de verduras y fritas Desarrollo de la obra: Jueves 23/10/2014_12:47 p.m. al Lunes 27/10/2014_20:30 p.m./22:11 p.m. Final: Viernes 12/12/2014_12:22 p.m./23:30 p.m. (2014), each drawing’s title references the times of it creation. Inscribing the dates and time spent on the work—tracking her hours as if clocking in and out of a job—Burga positions artistic production as a type of labor.