Artist Statement

As primary material, medium of visual communication an energy exchange, the body, in my work, has become through repetition and non-hierarchical gestures an agent to understand space and time, as key elements to respond to and be part of the world we are experiencing today; where communication, travel and migration are affecting the way we live; where multiculturalism and identity are being overtaken by a symbiotic relationship with the other via virtual spaces and technology giving as result the transgression of the limitations caused by violence and fear.

Throughout my performances the human presence doesn't function as a symbol, storyteller or entertainer; the body interacts with the space to create an experience (not a narrative) that triggers bodily and cognitive responses where the viewer becomes the catalyst for sensory exchange, leading to understand the body and that same interaction, outside of the boundaries of identity and representation but within the passing of time.