Through an eclectic practice that incorporates kinetic sculpture, assemblage and the ready made, my work investigates aspects relating to the human being, translating my focus on organic dynamics, such as attraction, exclusion, friction, assimilation and the play of forces, in a game of weights that is a constant redefinition of balance.
Combining a background of human sciences, performance and martial arts, my pieces evoke the playful action of a performer or a musician, and their awareness of the present time: here, now. They remind us of the pivotal point between chaos and control, the tension between freedom and structure, destruction and order. The viewer is invited to look through a fictitious distorting mirror and recognise, in the sculptures, creatures fluctuating between apparent stillness and motion, purpose and vaguery, questioning their direction, playing with the common denominator of gravity.
Radio interview on BBC Radio Gloucestershire, Fresh Air Sculpture Show 2017.