I consider that art should be a catalyst that allows us to serve society by returning to it as much as we have received from it.
Through my work and life, my mission is to create works of art that bring meaning into people’s lives. My work is focused on the
skyline is a powerful framework for power, production of knowledge and spirituality. My goal is to question landscape and cityscape
as a critical sphere of circulation and discussion, and whether it is possible to change social and political structures through it.
My artistic projects are conceived in a way that is transverse to society itself and its environment, to be transmedia, from a multi-
disciplinary perspective, including photography, sculpture, engineering, town planning, lighting, architecture, communication…
My aim is to leave an imprint in people consciousness in order to encourage them to participate exposing them their own vulnerability and contradiction as a way them to negotiate their identity as main active performers of my work. Through my work I want to frame new parameters of participation, complicating the way different “publics” understand, explore and experience concepts of translation, reception, and interpretation and the complex relations between different interests that surround the ideas of the “public”. I am interested in open up new spaces for the cities in order to re-think its identity, questioning ideas of community, cultural differences, democracy and citizenship. I claim for art its social purpose and its most democratic interpretation, encouraging to participate a wider, more diverse, and multiple public using public art practices as a platform from which to serve the largest number of “audiences”.
As Claire Bishop explains in “The Social Turn”, I am more interested in human relationships, rather than relations between space, temporality, fiction or design. My goal is to empower creativity for collective action and to share ideas. My main focus is to challenge cities in order to propose new education programs to re-think its history and invite visitors and citizens to participate in a more active, meaningful way. I believe that ideas are the engine that drives change, and art is an instrument in the service of the collective.