Projecto Gasa is an ongoing body of work questioning the research data generated by public, private, and institutional interests since the beginning of the pandemic on Hispanics and POC in this country. While some of the research data has been instrumental and valuable in the development of vaccines, identification, and tracing of places and spaces of outbreaks, a great deal of this research continues to propagate and reinforce pre-existing narratives of those impacted by this pandemic. Like so much of what is trafficked by media, the research is often de-contextualized, reframed, and positioned to suit specific ideological frameworks and or points of view. In this body of work, I am interested in these questions and employ data, writings, contextual imagery, demarcation zones of outbreaks, coupled with a material base to underpin the work