My first encounter with art was through theatre and from this experience I kept a deep interest in bodies and stories. The second was through graffiti, which confronted me with a very different relationship to the "audience", the "performance space" and the material and medium of work. The visual arts allowed me to combine these two worlds into a multidisciplinary practice. To broaden my sources and the shaping of the narrative, questioning the border between fiction and documentary, as well as the objectivity of the document and the archive.
If telling a story means organizing links, connecting elements in space and time to create a point of view on a subject; in my work, the elements of the story are not always verbally and linearly organized, the points of view are often multiple and contradictory, and there is no hierarchy in my choice of subjects. I am often interested in things that are in the margins, things that are in the shadows and which, once they are brought to light, reveal issues and conflicts that are broader than they appear to be. Small stories within the large.