Thoughts about life and death emerges from the necessity to create a visual language based on the critical representation of contextual realities. The purpose is to build a shape as a con-secuence of the content, and the result of it is nothing but the register of a thoughtful process.
In this process I’m interested in an in-depth study on how our society lives. This excercise is done through analysing the view that society itself has about the existence of destruction and death.
Through painting I try to build anti-dogmatic situations which represent a critique to a western system (immersed in a consumer society) that probably keeps us in denial of living in harmony with our inherent condition of mortal and spiritual beings.