My work is a response to reality of the everyday chaos that creates the world.
Every day, through the media, I absorb a substantial dose of news causing me various splits of mind and streams of consciousness. In one day we remain passive to death, sex, politics and violence. This deconstructs my subjects, breaks them, placing them into a lake of thoughts that have no order, where I have the task of finding a balance. Using vectors I can get that fullness which reflects the weight of the fracture inside me, and at the same time using texture and patterns I can communicate the lightness of transformation, of metamorphosis. In my work there lies a frantic search for stability. Because today everything seeks a balance, it’s mental, physical, or mechanical. In the end I feel that my job is ready when all the weights form a harmony of colors, such as a chemical formula, but chromatic.