I am a visual artist and I was born in Spain, my ancestry comes from different parts of the world, and I have lived and worked in a number of countries, which is something that has made me adopt a wide range of lifestyles depending on the moment and the place. This variety of experiences has been reflected in my work, since each change in the circumstances, leaves a mark on the creative process.
Over the years, I have explored a variety of paths, adapting my visual language and technique to the precise subject that I was working on each time. As constant tendencies, on one hand I have an inquisitive curiosity in the reality that surrounds me, therefore, I persevere in my attempts to capture its presence. On the other hand I´m interested in the act of shaping my subjectivity and expressing my emotions, using on that purpose no matter what vehicle..
These diverse approaches usually alternate in my creations producing works of quite different appearances between them. In an art world that ask creators to have a unique style in order to be recognizable, this variety is not always well understood. However, I accept the diversity of my production as it is a consequence of my own life and its complexity.
I go in depth into my understanding of present by visually exploring my impressions, sensations and perceptions.
My creative process unfolds parallel with my position towards the world: I have a strong desire to explore, but I don’t know what the path will be, or what the work will look like when I finish it. I am in the dark and my only light comes from building a strong relationship with the subjects that I am working on, a bond that leads my steps when certainties disappear, and they do disappear quite often.
Despite the fact that not knowing the path might produce insecurity, it also allows other senses to activate and guide the creation of images. And so, depending on how awake these senses are, I alternate my position between being a person hopelessly lost or being an intrepid path finder who instinctively knows the direction to take.