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In general, I could align my work along two axes. On the one hand, the work with objects and, on the other, the practice of painting.

The work with objects is always the result of an encounter as enigmatic as it is random, which shakes my gaze and allows me to address, through that particular encounter, subject matters such as identity, language, the body, naming, etc.

As for painting, I am interested in its status as heir of an inheritance developed throughout centuries.At the same time, I find it crucial to question it and put it into dialogue with certain contemporary perspectives, without diluting it, however, into everyday life, criticism, politics or show business.