Drawing is a way to be connected with life, with time; to immerse oneself in layers.
I note not only what I see, but also mirror the inner world.
Drawing is a way of reviving what seems to have been lost: memories, history.
My drawings have a narrative and spiritual character.
They always arise in a certain period of time, based on a specific research and place.
In the presentations they appear in different combinations and contexts that perfectly match the subject, that which has been researched.
In this way I can make large drawings that coincide with the architecture in which they are made, or very small drawings as momentum and intimate conversation with the subject.