I find in this relationship with different life forms questions and answers to personal interests and concerns. My work explores and searches for forms and colors as well as processes, cycles and interactions .Adaptations to fulfill different needs and environment conditions in amazing ways are a start point for new creations and understanding. As a biologist and artist I find a common language that bring together both worlds in clay and ceramics where they merge naturally and deliver broad possibilities for aesthetic expression.
Marine and vegetable forms cross and exchange to give birth to new shapes and hybrids, microscopic organisms with bodies that change their shape constantly become visible to our eyes, and traces of passed life and existence that we need to decode through their vestiges are some of the themes that I develop in my artwork.
The observation and dialogue with these forms of life provide an open space for them to express, to be seen and bring us closer to that shared nature and identity.