The base of my artistic reflection is in objects, food, spaces and architectures that cause believes in human beings.

Psychologists, philosophers and ethnologists explain that human beings cannot live without believing in something.

Curses, legends, tales, rumours and stereotypes in these subjects allow me to work on important themes such as memory, entropy, fantasy and domesticity.

I practice psychological and dreamlike re-interpretations of these objects. My projects raise domesticity, destroy it and divert it.

Throughout my research, I study codes and ideas stemming from the collective unconscious or collective memory to eventually make them confront each other in formal misinterpretations.

I try to highlight human psychology through the logic of our unconscious. I study and absorb usual representations, traditional codes and regurgitate them through my own vision of the world.