Through the decontextualization of found materials –objectual, geographical, cultural, etc. – and intermingling them according to certain “game rules”, I simulate regulated rearrangements producing unexpected stories, both on the material as well as on the literary level, which are distinct and even contradictory to our daily way of perceiving things.

In the production of all my artwork, I use walking, collecting, demarcating, classifying and reorganizing as methods and procedures in an attempt to appropriate different kinds of spaces existing in the world.

In and through these processes I codify the display of materiality of all my work, as if, with these movements, erratic and superlatively planned, I would recognize, redefine and interpret the world.

Then, I use the relationship between these materials, in order to build forms that allude to the real, both in their totality as in its parts, as well as the evoked impressions that this reality can produce in us.

In my art-work, it can be seen a combination of techniques and a particular relationship, sometimes unexpected and improper, of materials constituents, all in an alleged coherence according to the “narrative” that each artwork produces.