In my works Firmamento, I tried to reach a harmonic and balanced coexistence for seemingly disconnected worlds. My aim is also to draw attention to hidden realities and subtle interconnections.
In trying to restore the complexity of the real, I draw on multiple references after a research on apparently unrelated worlds. This results in images that find their meaning at the end of an engineered construction, unfolding in a selection of decontextualized evocative architectural details, decoded artifacts hidden inside the digital language, the apparent ‘natural condition' of symbolic decorative elements, scientific representations, traces from handmade automatic patterns unwillingly quoting the microscopic life and, above all, historic colonialist imagery of the Americas that I relate to the digital colonialism we experience today.
Progressing by hints and deductions, is my favored method in the production of works that link histories, from the past, present and hypothetical future. In my research, elements have suspended significances, meanings are elusive and migrating, and intuition is the act of validation and creation of forms, that emerges by rejecting the temptations of the intellect to understand the new in terms of language, processes and concepts from the past.
I have also been investigating the limits of representation by painting fragments, sceneries and composing video installations. In order to resend the perception towards the network in which we are all interconnected and depending on, my works are correspondingly related to anthropology, through elaborated snapshots of an ongoing inquiry that includes theories, conjectures, re-interpreting signs and experimenting.