Today I’m occupied about the research of time, perception, sensitive behaviour and the possibility to connect that with the experience of nature’s phenomenon.
My work deals with relational and perceptual dimensions between body and space through installations and events that stimulate experiences, using light as a material and working tool. I am attracted to systems of interaction, thermodynamic, mathematical and temporal principles. My artistic research addresses the creation of unique experiences through phenomena that transit in time and sensory stimuli that activate perception, promoting a reflection on what happens in the environment. Drawing is a constant in my work; it has slowly become a laboratory and antecedent of almost all my projects.