practice is an ongoing research on the intersection of art,
historical narratives and international relations. In a world that is
increasingly interconnected but visibly more fragmented, global
issues such as political economy, identities and
are some of the concepts I aim to entwine in my work. I seek to shed
some visibility over specific social and political questions, and I
try to answer them as I remind myself that history is a fickle and
fallible tapestry of contingencies. My
formal concern and methodology is to find solutions listening
carefully to history, archives and people; I rely on my intuition and
let my research mature until it determines its own path.
Rather than being attached to a particular technique I thrive in new
materials and production speculation.