Seven Days is a series of photographs that magnifies the colorful and bright remnants of different parties or meals. While the artist and the participants remain unseen, Ramirez allows the viewer to enter that space as the large scale format provides access to every detail that makes up that specific meal, time, and place. Smithsonian curator, Carmen Ramos refers to this piece as a “contemporary still life, and a very funny one at that,” as it transforms the art historical expectation of the still life into one filled with everyday consumer objects