Scream is a series of self-portraits of childhood, a childhood lived during the last military dictatorship that blighted Argentina with its politics of terror and extermination. The complex trauma of the author’s family composition expresses in an intimate register, that which resounds in the social plane. In Scream, Denegri works with autobiographical memories, images that rumble in one’s head and words that get caught in the throat. Super 8 films, family and institutional photographs, notebooks from elementary school, letters and audio recordings intertwine to layout the environment in which that child lived: a dark, repressive and decadent universe.