What does it mean to be an artist in a time of endless mass production of consumer objects, of mass extinction of plants and animals, and of an ever growing human isolation? For me it is not about making objects to sell in a gallery, it is not about sitting in a studio and painting, it is about exploring the lingering possibilities of finding magic in life.
My work is often lead by my own curiosity of the world around me. From discovering the cultural artifacts buried in the South Dade Landfill to recording the sounds of the Rio de La Plata making its way to the Atlantic ocean. I ask myself to imagine a new relationship between humans and Nature and I propose for everyone to take that journey.
We don't just want to sustain ourselves and our planet anymore, we want to regenerate all that was lost, there are ways to make space for this to happen. But it requires an in tandem healing process between humans and Nature. This is the journey I am currently on, discovering all the ways in which we can heal ourselves and Nature. It is a search for magic, intuition, love and connectivity.