Understanding artistic practice as both a process of reflection on the reality that surrounds us and a tool for analysis and social action, it is perhaps not surprising that most of my works should be inspired by a perspective that is critical of context, whether political, historical, social or cultural, aimed at awakening an awareness of the receptor through their conceptual force.
My points of reference are taken from everyday life, from political behaviour or from habits and customs, from the media and from personal experiences, but also from literature, painting or films that address as yet unresolved universal questions, often of an existential nature, that still call for dedicated attention.
Significant among the topics that have become constants in my work are gender issues and our relationship with nature, and excessive control of the individual in a society that repeats like a propagandistic mantra that it is increasingly freer, although more recently I have given special attention to the observation and analysis of photography itself, resulting in a diverse range of visual essays. In this sense, photography becomes an object of analysis as well as the vehicle that drives the production of the work, but the questions that arise are not addressed solely from the perspective of photography. I have also often worked with existing objects and, although to a lesser extent, with audiovisual pieces or paintings.