As an artist, I work hard to develop artworks that speak both to me and to others about the beauty that exists in the mixture of concepts between religion and identity in the post-photography era.
I decontextualize and use destruction to reconstruct stories. In my work, I seek to recall an object’s past as well as suggest its greater connection to our collective memories, desires, and beliefs. Questioning today’s society and being aware of our surroundings. My art form is focused on the “Objet Trouvé” exploring today’s identity through the transformation of found objects, using the collective imaginary and visual culture heritage. Topics include Sacred Plastics, New religion, Consumerism, and Normalization.
My goal is to inspire those who see my work to look more carefully at the world around them, to rediscover the beauty in daily objects, and rethink today’s culture. Connecting the old and the new to project better futures. As a result, my work becomes in effect, portraits of contemporary society.