I see my work as the receptacle for suspended time.
Investigating concepts of time, memory and absence, I am particularly interested in how memories blur the line between past and present and allow us to embark, at times, on mental time travel. Time and space cease being one single reality. It becomes something more complex, heterogeneous. Reality gradually transforms into fiction.
I embark on exploring the turning point between a world that no longer exists and the lingering sensation it nonetheless imprints in the present. Like in memories when time can strangely condense or stretch out, time dissolves in my work. My paintings draw similarities with the cinematographic experience. They call for a narrative I voluntarily leave open-ended. They share with my film and other works developed in more traditional media a certain atmosphere of anticipation.