Vacant space that I inhabit
These bodies in stone, vacant volumes that I inhabit, give support to my anguish and pain.
Eliminating what is not essential from the subject material, I shape, another time, these already sculpted and immutable bodies to transform them into fragile, suffering, and questionable beings. Half way between what seemingly is and what isn’t there, the veil revealing the ambiguous and mysterious core of the human condition.
Without wanting to find a solution, my gaze analyzes the contrast between real and unreal, positioning itself in the uncertainty and the incapacity of understanding the limits of our conscious perception.