My artwork takes a critical view of time and its impact on the human body. I portray human flesh and bones as a potent symbol of the existential vulnerability of being. I exhibit the process of the aesthetic evolution of the human form and my personal representation of matter in decay both as a tool and an idea while it experience change and transformation. Having engaged philosophical fields such as existentialism and naturalism I depict the uncanny nature of disintegration and the transitory metamorphosis of the human image and I link this notion to a symbolic representation of dying body. I rely on revealing self-abnegation of religious nature even in contemporary society. Enhance the grisly reality of lying bodies, a grim manifestation of the semblance between nature and human nature’s design.
While I use a variety of mediums in each project the methodology is the same:
I aim at an interdisciplinary technique and I seek to attain continuity in my projects. The subject determines the medium and I use them with the intention of exposing flesh and bones resembling the process of aging in the form of pareidolia in narrative installations combining the mediums of painting and sculpture.