I specialises in the technique of scanography, resulting in work that is both experimental and spontaneous. My current practice is exploring the nature of Fluids, examining the reactions that occur when different fluids combine, but also the dynamic and vibrant patterns that naturally form.
The common theme in my work, using ceramics and printmaking, is questioning the main features of the used medium. I am intrigued by finding uniqueness in mediums that are traditionally used to create multiples.
My tendency has always been to want to dismantle things in order to make sense of the world around me, and I think that is essentially what art is: dismantling and rearranging with the hopes of gaining insight into the raw materials you began with.
My work is primarily concerned with perception, the immediate sense of pleasure (or dislike) we feel when looking at something for the first time. My practice is emotional, hedonist, and radically contingent; it requires the physical presence of viewers, and their instinctive reaction to colours, to be fully appreciated.
Abstractions of beauty have always interested me. Beauty is never the same for everyone; that is what makes it appealing.