Artist Statement

 AUTOMATISMS & METROPOLIS    

 

My work questions the social identity of the individual and the masses in a given context using the human scale as a unit of measurement.


In sculpture I construct visually clean geometries that intertwine in subtle ways, while in painting I develop sequences of thick fillings to generate saturated atmospheres.


In both languages ​​my work is an abstraction of the individual and the urban landscape from the depersonalization within and outside of their context.


 My work is based on concepts of architectural composition that allow me to create models from two different perspectives.


In painting, the pointillism technique is integrated with the use of texture as the main element and in sculpture it is through light and the absence of detail that is evoked to minimalism.


Each work creates a reflection about the human condition that exists in large cities, as complex systems that transgress us to the point of immersing ourselves in a routine that makes us forget who we are as individuals.