My projects focus on research into the mechanisms of transmission and loss of knowledge, establishing an inevitable dialogue between memory and oblivion. This is a topic that I have developed by focusing on various issues such as traces, absenteeism, memory, collective memory, permanence and discards in history, memory stores such as libraries, or the files.
My work is multidisciplinary. It covers traditional and expanded drawing, digital and interactive tools, photography, publishing, artist books, etc.
It usually includes installations in which various devices come into play that the public often activates, either through a specific action or participation requested, an exchange or through one’s own experience of a specific event. Each viewer can access the play through empathy or familiarity with a situation that arises.