I do not believe in statements. They are a labeling function for which the artist is inserted into a gigantic database and pays homage to the orthodoxy of the moment. I hope that my work often betray my own statement, because repetition is a form of creative death and art is created in the cracks that lead us to the unknown.
I’m interested in using photography to open the valves of creativity of my students, in the belief that art is an experience of personal and collective transformation. I also want to generate educational programs to facilitate a better understanding of photography and its relations with other disciplines.
My projects try to delve into some of my obsessions: the mystery of identity and its transformations in a globalized world, the construction of images to open a crack in stereotypes, relations between word and photography and the nature of representation.