My pictorial work was born from the self-reflection of our identity and what we perceive about our existence.
My older artworks were portraits questioning what we understand about reality and it evolved to simpler structures, the figures were gradually disintegrating into organic and crude formations.
Giving to the physical existence of the characters a different meaning, a new role in a new primitive living shape.
It keeps the human essence represented on faces but having a new contextualization where it's stripped from the body, history, and representation.
Still, under these circumstances, evolution tries to manage its own survival strategies of adaptation in this new reality.
The aim of my work is to show a simplification of the human being in a primary and pure state.