Figuratively, I explore humanity from different angles, looking for the limits that divide people from animals, addressing the spirituality of humankind, exploring people’s thoughts and feelings, examining how far their flesh and bodies owe allegiance to the spirit.
My figures are mostly suffering and contorted, bringing them closer to their essential being and distancing them from mere appearance.
Clearly, my creations are influenced by what I see and hear in the world around me.
They refer, perhaps, to an era, but they in no way attempt to demonstrate modernity or artistic renewal.
They do not constitute artistic research, nor do they provide any answers.
Rather, they pose questions. My aim, in short, is to identify humanity in human beings.