The elements, earth, water, air, fire, has a huge impact on my work. A chain of events expressed: Creating circles with stones or wood, when I´m in the process of a performance,  which are then transformed into figures and finally enter my paintings or collages as form.

Each medium has its own vibration. I feel different when I am creating spontaneously with my body in nature, rather when I am producing a collage, in which the way feelings are expressed through techniques are radically different. The fluidity of the water and the ink when I take a brush to express a sensation on paper belong to another type of mood.

In my work I also frequently enquire concepts as density and subtlety, or restlessness, asking myself where I am going. What becomes decisive is what I want to subtilize within the dense and what I want to densify in the subtle, the elements of nature, the sound of the sea, sensuality, erotisism. It is that moment of alchemical interaction of elements and colours, doors to other states.

In the on going serie “Ways of transformation” I explore different ways of human energetic experiences, by transforming the body and the out of the body experiences as a connection with other possibilities of life on this planet or in others.

The new paintings are mostly produced in series and focuses on the concept of maps, "the inner map", it is the conquest of the internal territory, drawing of nature and ancestral roots; The fluid movement of colors on the canvas is the reflection of a map. Conquering the earth, I symbolically find my space on the canvas. The lines of the internal female organs, a spontaneous gesture with a brushstroke or the outline of a woman's body are drawn amid the vast colors expanded to trace "the map", structuring the concept with a more intuitive approach.

My ink body of work focuses on luminosity, strength and the movement of colour. My inspiration is drawn from nature, it’s various textures and forms, alongside with anthropological research of ancestral roots and the study of the flow of water; I was influenced by Eastern calligraphy as I use stains and lines as a reflection of a state of the soul, exploring the concept of emptiness through light and colour.

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