My creative process takes place viscerally.
Some works come to life as a birth, others as a yearning.
The way I interact with the world – what I read, what I eat, what I listen to, my relationship with other people and with nature – invades my body, which then digests and overflows it in diverse manners.
Faced with life, I absorb the ensuing sensations and proceed to interpret them with the whole body. Maybe this is why performance became my main form of communication.
It is not about a mechanic and conscious project, but rather an organic an visceral one (or maybe even transcendental). Some sort of digestion of the peculiarities of life.
I work in theater projects as a set and light designer, and in some cases I even take a chance as a costume and graphic designer. Along with that, I develop my own artistic practice, in dialogue with the visual poetics.
I then propose myself to take the black box experience into the white cube and vice versa, building an actual dialogue among different artistic languages. Just as I bring daily experiences to my creations. This is done as part of a discussion with the world.
The main proposal is to digest my existence.
My method is translation.
Translation as equivalence.
Betrayal; transmutation; displacement; homage.