I explore layers of perception and how these layers affect our view of the world. I merge classical traditions- pencil drawing, and painting – and new technologies – laser printing, LED lighting - to draw familiar images intertwined with conceptual references.
Drawing and experimentation have always been central to my artistic practice. I play with the interaction of art, technology and human perception.
In my current body of work - Invisible Cities - I use digital manipulation, laser-printing and LED lighting to create simple urban narratives from architectural views that reflect the contrasting realities of cities. I draw from the work of the greatest architects, iconic buildings, from the forgotten neighborhoods and the religious buildings, from the past and from the present. I digitally manipulate these architectural views to transform them into urban environments to create mystified urban landscapes.