Dealing with the world of the undecipherable as the main subject, my practice explores image making and perception through the use of different techniques, ranging from graphics and photography to painting, both in analogue and digital formats.

Through the use of abstraction, my aim is to explore the sensuous reactions the viewer experiences when dealing with unfamiliar shapes, within a contemporary context in which most of the information is rapidly recognizable, categorizable, consumed and forgotten.

My most recent works explore the tactility and presence abstract images can gain through painting. How the shapes depicted in them and their relation to both format and scale can add to this experience of engaging with the unknown.

A visual research on the role of language in relation to meaning and knowledge. A recognition, acknowledgment, and study of that which escapes the categorizations of language.