"The behavioral impact of the nonhuman world
shapes our emotions"
My work is about psychogeographic mapping: I am still searching the point at which psychology and situations collide in art and how thinking looks like in abstraction.
This artistic concept is the result of constant research of inner mind maps using myself as a data collection device.
Our environment alters our personal behavior, affects our perceptions, influences our collective interactions, and also reveals the invisible connections with the non-human world (objects and animals): I translate and shape all these emotions, memories, feelings through colors, and compositions following a creative flow by letting go of control.
"Psychogeography and drifting are fundamental to my art"