“The ground beneath my feet is nothing but an enormous unfolded newspaper. Sometimes a
photograph comes by; it is a nondescript curiosity, and from the flowers there uniformly rises
the smell, the good smell, of printers’ ink”. - André Breton
The spectator interests me as the protagonist of a utopian walkthrough, where the visitor’s own lights and shadows lend an endless series of
possible interpretations to my installations.
The poetics of the images I choose, the use of traditional drawing and monoprint techniques on different media, have been a constant
fixture in my work, together with the records kept during the exhibition period, the interactions with public and performers and the changes
these exert on the works. The way the light strikes, the transparencies, the movement of the panels, the routes of the different
walkthroughs –as well as taking works from other years into the present or drawing on the walls of the exhibition hall– all transform the
meaning initially proposed, revealing other previously invisible landscapes.