• Cross (left part of the polyptych)

    Dimension: 18.4” x 13.5″ x 2.3”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2005

  • The true light culture

    Dimension: 9.8” x 12.9” x 6.7”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2006

  • Cross (central part of the polyptych)

    Dimension: 18.4” x 13.5″ x 2.3”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2005

  • disability / weightlessness

    Dimension: 31.1” x 27.5”
    Technique: photography
    Year: 2004

  • Matrimony

    Dimension: 81.8” x 155.1”
    Technique: collage
    Year: 2006

  • The rare habit of listening

    Dimension: 8.5” x 8.5” x 8.5”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2003

  • Cross (polyptych, right side)

    Dimension: 18.4” x 13.5″ x 2.3”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2005

  • A lizard walks on my heart

    Dimension: 9” x 9” x 9”
    Technique: collage
    Year: 2004

  • Cross (central part of the polyptych)

    Dimension: 18.4” x 13.5″ x 2.3”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2005

  • Obligation

    Dimension: 23.6” x 59” x 19.6
    Technique: sculptural furniture
    Year: 2005

  • You lose hair like a dog

    Dimension: 4.7” x 9.8” x 5.8”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2004

  • Good bye blue sky

    Dimension: 11.4” diameter x 3.7”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2003

  • Cross (bottom part of the polyptych)

    Dimension: 18.4” x 13.5″ x 2.3”
    Technique: assemblage
    Year: 2005

WE ALL FEEL THE SAME

These works address the possibility of transmitting the same discourse through various materials and techniques, such as photography, sewing, embroidery, collage, assembly, Ready-Made and sculptural furniture. The range was so varied because during the time I made these pieces I worked in parallel as a photography producer and art director for several decoration and design magazines. My work as an artist, at that time, was permeated by different scenography elements and methods. It was a long process. It took me three years to finish the show because my parallel work for the magazines was too demanding. The conceptual subject that I developed at that time has been maintained throughout my artistic career and it is closely related to psychology. My agenda as an artist has always been the ontological reflection and the exploration of intimate themes.