|I see my sculptures as active agents, as personal translators of multisensory knowledge. With my work I aim to challenge the hegemony of individualistic perceptions of an imposed civilizational and separatist logic and propose a way of thinking, being and looking where various perspectives and knowledges meet and co-exist.
My artwork has been influenced by cross-cultural understanding brought about by the experience of working and living in South America’s Andean culture and India. I make sculptures and installations to explore human behavior within and across space, redirecting believes and perceptive differences.
I mostly work on contradictions found in the daily struggle of realigning dominant thinking structures with an experience. I am searching for and facilitating encounters where the work emerges from the act of meeting rather than the sum of its separate original components.
Central in my practice is the aim to show the multi-relational awareness that functions as a web of intertwined existence between and within humans, nature and objects. Grounded in Andean South American believes and perceptions of reality, I mostly approach with spatiality and corporality in my sculptures. Spatiality in different dimensions, as multiple separated spaces that may be separated in time and space but are actually entwined and acting simultaneously.
The Perfect Amphora. Performance by the dancer and choreographer Kenzo Kusuda2019Ceramics90x83x51 cm
Incubate 1Porcelain on a rotating metal board8x22x16,5 cm
YARNING. Alternative modes of Awareness and Other NearnessCeramics20x20x32cm