"I paint the invisible interactions between psychology
and environments through cognitive and abstract maps"

My work follows the psychogeography concept by exploring the emotional impacts of our relationship with environments. 

Natural or urban landscapes alter our personal behavior, affect our perceptions, influence our collective interactions, and also reveal invisible connections with the non-human world (objects and animals): I translate and shape emotions, memories, and history through colors and lines in abstract compositions following a creative flow by letting go of control.

I am always searching for the point at which psychology and situations collide in art and how thinking can be mapped.

New artworks about psychogeography mapping

"Emotions and senses generate the shape of a map
but it's more than a map"