Over the last few years my work has dealt with themes of emptiness, impermanence and the trails left by things. I have focused on evidencing the trace of human activity in nature —and viceversa—, manifesting the consequences of this close yet not always fair relationship.
By way of traces and found objects, as well as sculpture, photography, video installation, I generate different recordings that converse on how nature keeps a registry of the trail of human activity, but also on how these traces of activity often stay unnoticed or are discarded by us, because being considered useless.
It is under these parameters that I work with fingerprints, tree trunks, iron, debris, sand, husks, seeds and leaves; cracks and stains in demolished houses; imprints and writings left by people, time and space, as is the case with moth-eaten books.
I am interested in extracting and moving these traces into the field of Art and evidence, reproduce and build relations and reflections on our daily actions in this environment that we inhabit