Do you really want to delete project Limits of Body, Infinite Spaces?
Through the use of varied media, from documental photography to sculptural installation, my practice is driven by the desire to raise awareness on the sensorial and political potential of perceptions of spaces, nature and human exchange. I am especially interested in the concepts of surface, skin and its dual potential for fusion and separation, and through its membranes explore the connections and boundaries between people and places, inner and outer spaces, particularly from the bodily perspective towards nature, environmental and social concerns. In that pursuit, I focus on the multiplicity of perceptions and experiences of the sensuous and the spatial — as well as the exchange between them — as driving elements to/of my works. Materiality, perception and sensuality are currently central keywords in my practice, exchanging and changing according to their connections and disconnections, limitations and possibilities. The borders and porosities embodied and explored in places and materials that usually sit between bonding and clashing are what frequently provide (or deny) balance to my pieces.