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My work revolves around the idea of human nature on its borders with the
animal, the vegetable or the inert.
Through sculpture with a special interest in matter and organic, I
investigate the transformation processes that give rise to new dimensions in
subjects, questioning their essence and individuality.
I am interested in elements such as fossilization, mummification, the
petrified figures of Pompeii or the nuclear footprints of Hiroshima and
Nagasaki for being processes in which the living element acquires a new
By means of the symbolic I alter the usual visual order to approach the
mystery of the living, its disappearance and the search for meaning it
awakens, motivated by fear of insignificance and forgetfulness.
Likewise, in my last pieces I address a personal feeling of duplicity
projected abroad, focusing interest on the limits of identity and on
problems specific to sculpture such as form and space.
Without pretending to have a precise meaning, when representing this idea
of repetition on the physical plane, disturbing aspects arise that refer to
elements of the collective imaginary that can challenge the viewer.