my artistic work is a place of collision not only because I have a performance-based practice, but also I want to meet the individual and the collective simultaneously
It's also a practice where the body as such the embodiment takes a very important role in the creative process, without leaving aside other forms, in which art can be translated and transported to the viewer.. my artistic practice it's looking to touch the intangible. I’m interested to move what is between space our body and the galaxy. What is the distance between bodies, what is happening beyond the gaze? I also inspire by cooking in groups, drawing, singing as a form f communication, opening rooms for discussion and meditation, self-care, and self-esteem awareness
In my process, I’m trying to achieve a conscious state of performativity, that drags either the audience or participants in a participatory process, to a place of self-awareness, this is not looking at, it's becoming with. I think of performance as a movement of emancipation, in which art channels the encounter, where the transformation starts from the inner to the outside. I’m translating manifestos into performance or vice versa. choreography as a weapon on change. Changes in matters that arise from the individual but address the otherness, because the confront is not fighting, it's getting in contact with. I’m seeking a healing process in which body and presence is the key to achieve it. But not the path. Because it needs more than one to start a process of cure. More than 1 key, more than one person, more than one element for such engagement.
I’ve been addressing the public sphere into my artistic practice, as a way to enhance collective awareness, joy, and regeneration. I’m seeking an impact in the flesh, in the emotions, and the appreciation/ cognition of the world. Working with voice, body, territory, , decolonization, queerness, justice, and empowerment.
Life inspires the most, but it’s not only my own, but it’s also the possibility of moving things around, finding gaps, and empty spaces to be occupied. the possibility to create, to recreate, to bring out. To touch and to open rooms for perhaps new feelings, sensations, and other attributes that make the body belong again to itself, as for me I feel erased, detached but replaced.