I am a mixed media artist working to heighten cultural issues: landscape evolution, human
preconceptions, use of natural resources, similarities and differences between societies, cultures,
Paintings, sculptures, furniture, a variety of things... and I spend time developing artistic concepts and preparing proposals. With these, without a doubt, I grow. I can express thoughts and emotions best visually.
I am interested in the relationship between memories and architectural spaces. Memories can be
glamorized and distorted. Especially, when we consider the spaces we think we know, each has
different perspectives in one's mind.
My artworks combine a keen sense of color with technology, embracing the pastiche of
Postmodernism and the dreaminess of Romanticism, this makes my series stand out as extremely
pleasing and harmonious while being thought provoking.
I am curious about the human conditions that surround me, especially processes of change and how circumstances affect the choices we make, while acknowledges the cyclical nature of life, where many experiences are more or less universal.
I accumulate discarded objects and nontraditional materials, transforming them through painstaking methods into sculptures and installations. Both material and process are significant to the content of my work.
My work explores the relationships between what we see and the interior, non-visible experiences
we feel. Transformation is a central theme in my work - transformation across mediums and from
2D to spatial concerns.
In various materials my work explores the notion of cycles in which we partake in
consciously and unconsciously. By using tracks, roads, and gates as universal symbols in our
surroundings I attempt to challenge everyday preset ways.
Using the processes and aesthetics of weaving, I create sculptures and installations on textiles'
relationship to architecture. I use building materials like concrete and marble, as well as rope and
thread, to underscore that relationship.