My artistic language incorporates performance, installation and video, but it has been through photography that I’ve been expressing my world, what I see, my inner universe and the world I live in. I portray my demons and greet them, while shaping my dreams and hopes. The exploration of the female body and the female universe are the epicenter of it all. The starting point. Be it portraying others or my own body, my work reflects a critical attitude of self-contemplation which, at the end of the day, pursues a state of art that is feminine and that could be considered as feminist as well. In my compositions I try to capture the beauty and the complexity of women. Our mystery. Our sensuality. Our shapes. Our soul. Plus, references to classical pagan goddesses, nymphs, legends and tales can be found throughout my entire body of work.
A new reality, through familiar concepts, figures, ideas, dreams and shapes. Sometimes that lead them to deeper paths, putting the viewer as “voyeur” of my compositions. In any medium.
I want to confront viewers with my feelings and thoughts, but also with their own monsters and ghosts. But, above all, I want people to contemplate. Contemplate beauty, shapes, tones, shadows and themes. I create for myself, out of a physiological need, but also with a purpose of confrontation. To confront the viewer and my demons. And to heal. To evolve. To change.