• Two ones (diptych)

    Dimension: 20” x 23.2”
    Technique: collage
    Year: 2008

  • Two ones (diptych)

    Dimension: 20” x 23.2”
    Technique: collage
    Year: 2008

  • Portrait (Kit 98 series)

    Dimension: 13.1” x 16.4”
    Technique: drawing
    Year: 2007

  • Dad´s weekend

    Dimension: 28.1” x 55”
    Technique: collage
    Year: 2007

  • Magnifying glass (Kit 98 series)

    Dimension: 16.4” x 13.1”
    Technique: drawing
    Year: 2007

  • Proven formula

    Dimension: 44.8” x 34.6”
    Technique: collage
    Year: 2007

  • They left with a mattress, four boxes and a plant on their back

    Dimension: 29.5” x 29.5”
    Technique: collage
    Year: 2007

  • Radio (Kit 98 series)

    Dimension: 16.3” x 14.1”
    Technique: drawing
    Year: 2007

  • They were table settings, now, they are just memories

    Dimension: 26.9” x 39.2”
    Technique: drawing
    Year: 2007

  • Kings are settle and unsettle only by god

    Dimension: 12” x 12”
    Technique: drawing
    Year: 2007

  • Pillbox (kit 98 series)

    Dimension: 40.9” x 33.4”
    Technique: drawing and collage
    Year: 2007

  • Glasses (Kit 98 series)

    Dimension: 13.1” x 16.4 “
    Technique: drawing
    Year: 2007

  • Bible (Kit 98 series)

    Dimension: 20″ x 16.5″
    Technical: drawing
    Year: 2007

  • Table clock (Kit 98 series)

    Dimension: 14.8” x 13.1”
    Technique: drawing
    Year: 2007

EXPOSING OBJET

The historical relationship between human beings and objects, either ornamental and/or utilitarian goes back to the times of the first inhabitants of our planet. The first manual axe ever found, excavated at Olduvai Gorge in Kenya, was created more than a million and a half years ago. It is the symbol of the first manual artifact created by man and it anticipates a long tradition of construction and manufacturing. Even though today the practice does not seem particularly complex, it is the true genesis of a long process that lead us to develop art and technology.

The objects have been relevant in our evolution as a specie and as a society; not only are they vestiges of our idiosyncrasy, but they are also psychological evidence of the individual. Each element represented through this series of drawings and collages belongs to someone and has great sentimental meaning for that person; Moreover, these objects reveal evidence of traditions, interests, tastes, fears and private thoughts of the people to whom they belong.