I understand «artistic» as describing a way of doing, of understanding, of seeing that entails many possible paths, such as the political, the empirical, the experiential, the philosophical, the somatic, the phenomenological…. Daily routine and art practice constitute an amalgam where I coexist. Keeping sustainability and ethics of both, life and work, always at the centre.
My art practice is process-based and formalized mostly through light, bodies in movement, drawing, site-specific performative installations and writing.
I respectfully overlap conversations, readings, talks, letters, maps, movement explorations, drawings, and other layers of information to configure or re-configure a performative scape for considering and investigating what senses we may convene as entry points to reality.