Pliegues y parábolas 
In defining Tahíche Díaz´s work, we are presented with a subtle interpretation of mankind with representations of posible domestic architectures from human ideology. By the means of a story or better still, a scene which makes allusion to a word that, as necesary, isn´t written(…) Due to the size of the figurines the viewers are obliged to get closer and move their heads up and down and from left to right to examine thoroughly the models. The artist portrays scenes in a similar way to a plot that is being enacted at this precise moment. An interpretation that, is clear and direct just like the art piece.
— Jorge Mora (owner/director of “Cuatrotablas”)