The concept behind my work originates from my inquietude about symbols – their nature, function, and reference to the reality of building a vision of the world. From the instinct to identify the “divinity” of the self, to elements of mystical and anthropological nature. Here, the human figure is exposed and presented as a representation of the “vehicle” that progresses through different stages of existence in a search of responses to our most primal formulations.
My creative approach continues to evolve through the experimental manipulation of non-conventional photographic techniques. The images in this body of work were produced without a camera. This technique, Photogram, consists of placing elements directly onto the surface of a photosensitive material, such as photographic paper, and then exposing it to light. Then developed by the traditional process used for black and white photography.