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

Following the drifting process of psychogeography, I sense emotions or memories perceived in natural or urban landscapes to emphasize interpersonal connections.

These modes of exploration play a creative role in the development of the pictural approach I develop. I show how thinking can be mapped and how these maps are the visual results of a drifting process.

My experimental art challenges the creative norms and shows how the spatial experience of the environment brings together personal narratives and collective psychology.

New artworks about psychogeography mapping

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