Nowadays, our lives are all in an incessant rush, constantly exposed to information and images.
Slow down for a while, be conscious of the present moment, breathe and feel. I use simple shapes to relax the eyes, colours and smells to stimulate the brain and repetitive and unconscious movements to lead us to our own landscapes. I am interested in how the spectator can be an active participant in the artwork. I have focused my art practice in searching for a space that can release our minds as well as evoke pictures, memories and landscapes.