Hinting at the baroque and sometimes contradictory sensibility of the collections of artistic and sacred objects prior to the modern museum, my work intends to recreate the experience of those spaces dedicated to the dramatization of reality and the structuring of knowledge through the exploration of archival practice, technological mediation and the influence of fiction and myth. My practice permeates through various fields of expression, hosting pictorial and three-dimensional pieces in installations where industrial processes and suggestive aestheticization mask underlying concerns and imaginaries of pre-modern cultural scenarios. Fragmented objects and images are juxtaposed and interwoven in a playful network of encounters and discontinuities, illustrating imaginative scenarios that oscillate between the dreamlike and the absurd with the preciseness of the museographer or the window dresser.
Both in my paintings and my sculptures I combine plastic interventions and industrial applications with digital processes such as data-bending, the capture of aberrations in the decoding of images and the distortion of established visual codes, either manually transcribed onto the canvas or informing a new object. Grids, stripes, and fractions of flat colours derived from computer-generated motifs are interspersed with adhesive tapes, digital prints, and drawings, combining automatism with the concreteness of geometric abstraction. The communicative and suggestive intention insinuated by the geometries and bright colors is suspended by this composite state, blurring the line between imitation and play.