My interests and issues often have to do with pop culture, with icons and my everyday experiences. I have always had the idea that my work itself is full of icons, and important people, who are strangely recognizable icons on one side and many others are my family, friends, lovers, myself.
I’m an incurable audiophile, jazz fills my imagination, many times a song can be my starting point, they are my memories encoded. Every single person and moment in my life has a song, it is not unusual then that music and these relationships find a way to always pop into my work.
I´m trying to establish some connections between sports and art, how sport aesthetics can relate with art and become something bigger, something that many can relate to even when they don’t like sports.
The main subject in my work is the memory, it establishes routes that pass through different concepts as well as many mediums, it is by definition quite conceptual, such as the embroidery on fabric, these memories interwoven with others generating a system of meanings, my very own space of symbolic representation.
Working with the idea of building a living ever changing archive, I look for the iconic, trying to make images that can be tied to memory. Looking at personal and collective memory, I set connections and reflections, tying my images to the integrated and iconic imagination of my time.