I view the practice of art as a medium that has the ability to find oneself and give meaning to human existence. I reflect upon art as a tool that stimulates thoughts around the ideal within everyday life. Pain, weakness, memory and silence are essential concepts in the development of my formal proposals.
My interest revolves around creating visually poetic images and objects that communicate life, journey and death in a subtle and quiet manner, mixing the scientific with the lyrical, the everyday with the ideal, the near with the distant, the acquainted with the unusual.
Some conceptual strategies that I have employed interweave human frailty and the notion of time with empirical evidence, objectivity and rigor. These strategies serve as my primary line of work and the production is formalized through photographic series and installations.