The primary themes and topics of my work are located at the intersection of public space, social and political contexts and the relationship between people, animals and space. 

Positioning, the idea of belonging, the ethical responsibility of choice and the interaction between public and private space are at the heart of my multidisciplinary research. I see public space as an indicator of the times in which we live, a place of negotiation with respect to others, be they human beings, animals or even plants, as well as a space for understanding one’s status in the world.

Because of this perception of negotiable and relational reality, I am interested in the idea of constant transformation and infiltration, understood as the quality of being able to be filtered by profoundly changing experiences, both sociopolitical as well as personal.

My practice is based primarily in multimedia sculpture, installation and photography.