My interdisciplinary ceramic art practice merges into a body of work which I have decided to call artefacts. They are products or consequences of social and cultural needs. I intendedly use them as a way to expand body limits.
Most of my works are sculptures, though usually combined with body actions (performance) related to ceramics. I am interested in the problems derived from the construction of the self-image in relation to external images. Some of my works intertwine opposite notions like fragility-agressiveness, femenine-masculine, industrial-handmade, repetition-expressiveness, eternal-ephemeral.
Questions about gender are also an important element in my work, hybrid concepts like human-machine, natural-artificial. The resulting body extensions are usually photographed in natural spaces. This generates contrast between an artistic practice related to the body, technology, and ‘nature’, which is reflected as socially constructed.