“Everything gradually crumbles and disappears, only the world stays behind, only time lasts.” (Denis Diderot, 1963)
The urban landscape and its eternally inherent ephemerality, as seen through my own melancholic perspective, are the main foundations for my visual/artistic research. Through the seizing of some objects and elements of the city, and the use of industrial materials, I aim to question and challenge my own pictorial gesture.
This way, my artistic practice seeks to visually translate concepts and ideas related to architecture, such as verticality, austerity, grandiosity and bleakness – flowing and unfurling very poetically through various mediums, usually presenting itself in a sober and minimalist style.
Untitled (Overlay #1); (2018)
Enamel and oil pastel on streched canvas | 180 x 120 cm
Tower III; (2018)
Tower II; (2018)
Cement and debris | Variable dimensions
Unknown Structures series.