Ceramic is a material that has allowed me the freedom to transform. Work with clay is an exercise in which I enter into communion with the material and my inner being, achieving the modeling of parts to be a natural action. The forms I compose are a pretext to represent such a link which is materialized in a series of organic figures which paradoxically refer to unidentifiable nature elements.
Thus, these figures become a quest to define the forms they represent, although in reality these forms are abstract. Each work takes on an intention, it is an invitation to reflect on the duality between the imaginary and the real that each piece has.
In life there is a natural reality we know and interact with, at the same time we know and interact with a reality invented by ourselves, that is, the unreal; what we see and what we see in the piece, which seems to be and what is or is not, are intentionally abstract dualistic aspects that are references to the internalization and externalization staff. Is the lack of definition that makes up the works, the lack of internal and reality of abstract shapes of the pieces is an excuse I use to raise appreciation of the concepts of craft and art, in which I pair as complements not hierarchical in the same plane.