Behind the memory
My work is all about representation of memory. I
frequently represent environments in which I lived in the past, or attempt to catch the memory of living in them.
I paint or create cardboard sculptures of domestic spaces and personal objects. Those come together in my work and form a puzzle of personal and universal memories.
In my realist oil paintings I capture spaces that appear neglected or abandoned, while my sculptures, which are made of an ephemeral material and constitute an analogy to the elusive materiality the memory itself.
In this manner, I create a language based on a relationship between fragments of memory and the possibility of embodying them in the present.